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Hyatt Regency Hangzhou In China Reopened As Grand Hyatt Hotel

Hyatt Hotels Corp. (H) announced late Thursday the opening of Grand Hyatt Hangzhou, formerly Hyatt Regency Hangzhou, in China. The reopening marks the first Grand Hyatt hotel in Zhejiang province and the 15th in China.

The hotel enjoys a premier location on the east shore of West Lake, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is within walking distance of Hubin district, the city's main business, shopping, and entertainment hub.

Following an extensive 18-month redesign, the stylish 388-room hotel features luxury accommodations, and has seven exceptional dining venues. The exclusive Grand Club Lounge offers complimentary breakfast, light refreshments available all-day, evening cocktails and canapés, as well as the use of the boardrooms and 24/7 assistance from the club concierge.

Grand Club guests also have access to a 4,305 square-foot rooftop terrace where they can enjoy an exceptional view of the one-hour 'West Lake Musical Fountain' show displayed nightly.

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