HotelsNew builds in iconic destinations deliver holidays, incentives or bleisure experiences highlighting each property's locale.

Hyatt's expansions are all about unique experiences

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The Bamboo Wall suite at Commune by the Great Wall, in Beijing's Yangqing District.
The Bamboo Wall suite at Commune by the Great Wall, in Beijing's Yangqing District.

One similarity binds Hyatt's new launches for 2021: addresses in iconic destinations, highlighted by corresponding architecture and experiences to showcase the property's locale.

In Asia Pacific, openings this year include Andaz Bali (April), Commune by the Great Wall (April), Hyatt Regency Koh Samui (July), Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay (July) and Hyatt Regency Guangzhou Zengcheng (July).

Agents and planners can book holidays, incentives or bleisure experiences that are lifestyle driven and nature focused — in line with today's post-pandemic demands.

For instance, Commune by the Great Wall in Beijing's Yangqing District lies deep in the foothills of the Shuiguan Mountains, a remote getaway just over an hour’s drive from downtown Beijing.

Marking the sixth property in China for The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, the 176-key, 36-villa Commune by the Great Wall is just walking distance to the The Great Wall, one of the seven wonders of the world.

Over to Thailand's second largest island, Hyatt Regency Koh Samui in North Chaweng touts to be a "vacation gallery" — including a showpiece lobby, the longest lobby arrival point in Koh Samui, and a collection of pools each cascading down from the main pool on the upper deck of the resort.

Also, on top of the coastal landscape and protected forested zone cocooning the property, the Gallery of Eight is a collection of sites in the vicinity specially selected for their photogenic potential.

And in Japan's busy capital, Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay located in Urayasu city in the Chiba Prefecture offers an urban getaway, while still being close enough to attractions such as Tokyo Disney Resort®, the entertainment and shopping district of Odaiba, and Makuhari Messe, one of Japan’s largest convention centres.

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Hyatt Regency Tokyo Bay's Terrace King Guestroom.

Source: M&C Asia



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