Hyatt Place Hotel Opens in Downtown Yerevan
Wednesday December 11th, 2013 - 2:52PM BP
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YEREVAN, ARMENIA—Hyatt Hotels Corporation and “Interarm-M” LLC opened the 95-room Hyatt Place Yerevan located here in the capital of Armenia, as the Hyatt Place brand continues to expand outside the United States.
New Hyatt Place locations recently opened in Puerto Rico, Costa Rica and India, and in Europe, Hyatt Place Amsterdam Schiphol is set to open its doors in early 2014.
“Having built a strong foundation for the brand with more than 180 Hyatt Place hotels in the United States, we are delighted to now bring Hyatt Place to Europe and establish the brand’s presence in new markets where our guests are increasingly traveling,” stated Peter Fulton, EVP, Group President – EAME/Southwest Asia, Hyatt Hotels Corporation. “We have designed every aspect of the Hyatt Place experience with today’s traveler in mind. As we continue to grow the brand strategically and thoughtfully in key markets, this hotel will allow us to provide more choice to new and existing guests.”
“We are excited to open the first Hyatt Place hotel in Europe in one of the best locations in downtown Yerevan,” stated Igor Jovovic, general manager of Hyatt Place Yerevan. “This all-new, beautiful hotel is designed to meet all the needs of modern multitasking business or leisure travelers, and we are looking forward to showing our guests the authentic hospitality and purposeful service for which the Hyatt Place brand is known.”
Hyatt Place Yerevan is located next to Republic Square, Yerevan’s city center, in close proximity to Government House, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the National Gallery and Abovyan Street, the city’s main thoroughfare with many boutiques, cafes and gift shops.
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