Published on : Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Hyatt Regency Xiamen Wuyuanwan, the first Hyatt Regency hotel in Xiamen in Southern China. The business hotel is set to provide authentic and diversified experiences to business and leisure travelers from near and far.
“We are excited to welcome the Hyatt Regency brand to Xiamen,” said Christopher Koehler, vice president and managing director – operations, Hyatt in China. “The opening of this hotel is a great testament to Hyatt’s commitment to developing its brand footprint in places where our guests are increasingly travelling. With the support of the hotel’s owner, C&D Real Estate Corporation Limited, as well as the dedication of our colleagues, we are confident that Hyatt Regency Xiamen Wuyuanwan will become an exciting destination in the city and will make great contributions to the island’s growing financial services and tourism industry.”
The Hyatt Regency brand has been designed to connect today’s travelers to who and what matters most. Centrally located in the heart of Xiamen’s newly developed central business district, Hyatt Regency Xiamen Wuyuanwan is part of an upscale multi-functional complex that houses retail shops, restaurants, a cinema, and an office tower. The hotel is conveniently located nearby the Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Center, and is a few minutes drive from Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport and several major railway stations.
Guests visiting for leisure can enjoy a short stroll to Wuyuan Bay Wetland Park, one of the largest wetland ecological parks and known as “the green lung of the city of Xiamen,” or world-renowned tourist sites like Gulanyu and Nanputuo Temple.
Inspired by historic local culture, the hotel’s contemporary interiors are embellished with creative local touches, including Chinese window lattices, symbolic red walls and tiling elements throughout. The hotel’s spacious accommodation, premiere meeting facilities and intuitive services enable guests to make the most of their stay while traveling.