Hyatt plans four hotels in Pakistan
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is planning to expand its Grand Hyatt and Hyatt Regency brands in Pakistan with the signing of management agreements by a Hyatt affiliate for four Hyatt-branded hotels.
On the drawing board are Grand Hyatt Islamabad, Hyatt Regency Karachi, Hyatt Regency Lahore, and Hyatt Regency Rawalpindi.
Bahria Town, one of the largest private developers in Asia, will own the four Hyatt-branded hotels.
“We look forward to collaborating with the Bahria team to open the first Grand Hyatt and Hyatt Regency hotels in Pakistan,” said Peter Norman, senior vice president, acquisitions and development – Europe, Africa, and Middle East and south-west Asia for Hyatt.
“Following last year’s announcement for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, we are optimistic about the growth of Hyatt’s brands in Pakistan.
“The opening of these hotels will serve as a testament to the global appeal of the Grand Hyatt and Hyatt Regency brands as they continue to expand worldwide and offer more choices to our guests.”
With the announcement a Grand Hyatt and three Hyatt Regency hotels in Pakistan, Hyatt is taking another step in growing its brand footprint in the Middle East and south-west Asia.
Grand Hyatt Islamabad will be meticulously designed to exemplify the Grand Hyatt brand’s signature level of grandeur with an abundance of options for creating spectacular experiences.
Expected to open in 2023, the hotel will offer 400 guestrooms, seven food and beverage outlets, two ballrooms, seven meeting rooms, a spa, fitness facilities, private club, and kids club.
Hyatt Regency Karachi will offer a range of amenities, as well as spaces that will make the hotel a go-to gathering place for any occasion.
Hyatt Regency Lahore will deliver on the modern expectations of today’s travellers and meeting planners.
The hotel will feature authentic food and beverage offerings that will build off the Hyatt Regency brand’s history of culinary excellence.
Hyatt Regency Rawalpindi will be designed to connect today’s travellers to who and what matters most to them.