Grand Hyatt makes its debut in the Indian state of Haryana

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Grand Hyatt Gurgaon in Delhi NCR today.

The 442-room luxury hotel is the first Grand Hyatt property in Gurgaon, and is a dynamic luxury destination that will offer business and leisure travelers an inspiring place to meet, work, celebrate and stay.

With awe-inspiring architecture, smart and sophisticated design, and exceptional service and amenities, Grand Hyatt hotels deliver a luxury travel experience beyond expectation. Each Grand Hyatt property offers superior service in a multicultural context of spectacular architecture, inventive restaurants, luxury spas and sophisticated meeting spaces. With the opening of Grand Hyatt Mumbai in 2004, followed by Grand Hyatt Goa in 2011 and Grand Hyatt Kochi Bolgatty in 2018, the addition of Grand Hyatt Gurgaon marks the first hotel in the city and the fourth Grand Hyatt branded hotel in the country.

The Grand Hyatt Gurgaon is conveniently located in the commercial hub of the National Capital Region, amid high-end residential and commercial spaces. The hotel is part of a 29-acre complex and the bold and dynamic design and architecture was created by Foster+Partners, London – the world renowned integrated architecture, engineering and design firm. The site includes a unique shopping mall and office tower making Grand Hyatt Gurgaon an ideal location for visitors to the city.

“Located in a world-class city as well as a key destination for travelers, Grand Hyatt Gurgaon is a key milestone in Hyatt’s strategy to expand its luxury offerings in India,” said Sunjae Sharma, Managing Director – India and South West Asia, Hyatt Hotels Corporation said.

“We are truly delighted to announce the opening of this striking new destination hotel in the heart of the Delhi NCR region and to present guests with a high standard of living with state-of-the-art designs, inventive kitchens, impressive views and an unforgettable experience.”

Grand Hyatt Gurgaon stands out for its avant-garde interior design by Hall of Fame winner, Tony Chi & Associates, New York. The hotel will offer 442 luxurious rooms, including 45 suites and 55 service apartments, providing guests with a comfortable respite.

Aligned with the world-class dining and beverage options that the Grand Hyatt brand is known for, Grand Hyatt Gurgaon is home to a variety of distinct dining venues. The Parlor offers guests a tea menu of over 20 loose leaf teas to choose from, including the restaurant’s signature blends of Grand Gray and Grand Rose (green), while also hosting an artisan coffee program with COHOMA coffee. Bar Musui is the perfect sophisticated setting for an evening drink, offering carefully crafted spirits, wines, beers and classic cocktails from around the world and accompanied by live jazz and blues music. Seasonally inspired menus can be found at Maison Maiya, which showcases a theatrical selection of Asian and European flavors and incorporates local produce with a delicate blend of dietary options to appeal to a wide range of palates.

The Grand Hyatt Gurgaon also has extensive event space, including The Grand Ballroom and The Campus. The 7,500 square foot (700 square meter) Grand Ballroom welcomes guests with two interactive live kitchens – the only luxury hotel in Gurgaon to offer this experience. The Campus, a 17,760 square foot (1,650 square meter) space inspired by the concept of university life, is a meeting space separated into a lecture hall, classrooms, a library and common areas. The venue includes Culina – a live kitchen, live music room, personal bar, games room and a relaxation lounge where guests can unwind. The various spaces of the Campus are perfectly suited to private company meetings, coffee breaks and parties.

Hyatt is committed to advancing environmental action as part of World of Care, the organization’s holistic approach to environmental, social and (ESG) governance to make destinations around the world vibrant for guests , colleagues and communities. Grand Hyatt Gurgaon lessens its impact on the environment by using Lutron smart wireless switches to minimize energy consumption and double-glazed windows in guest rooms to minimize heat loss. The hotel’s water conservation efforts include the use of water-efficient toilets throughout the property.

“The opening of Grand Hyatt Gurgaon in India’s millennial city is a momentous occasion,” said Tarun Seth, General Manager, Grand Hyatt Gurgaon.

“We are proud to offer our guests one of the most sophisticated and intelligently designed properties in the city, with welcoming and upscale service and amenities.”

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