Hyatt opens Hyatt Place Pune/Hinjewadi in India

Hyatt Hotels Corporation and GHV Hotel (India) opened the Hyatt Place Pune/Hinjewadi, a property located at the entrance to the IT city of Pune, less than 85 miles from Mumbai, India.

Hyatt Place Pune/Hinjewadi is the third Hyatt Place hotel to open in India, following the 2012 opening of Hyatt Place Hampi in Southern India, and the November 2014 opening of Hyatt Place Gurgaon/Udyog Vihar in Northern India.

Located in the heart of Phase 1 of Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, Hinjewadi right off the Mumbai-Pune expressway and just 45 minutes from Pune airport, Hyatt Place Pune/Hinjewadi is an upscale select service hotel.

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For those visiting Hinjewadi for business, the hotel is located in close proximity to major companies like Infosys, Cognizant, Persistent, Wipro, Cisco, 3dPLM, Siemens, IBM and Credit Suisse, among others.

Hyatt Place Pune/Hinjewadi’s major features include: 117 rooms that boast swiveling flat-screen HDTVs, a Hyatt Grand Bed and a Cozy Corner sofa sleeper; free Wi-Fi and remote printing everywhere.

For events, the property has 2,660 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting and function space.

Dining venues include: a gallery kitchen featuring local and regional specialties, made-to-order entrées and appetizers around the clock; and a coffee-to-cocktails bar featuring specialty coffee and tea selections, beers, as well as wines and cocktails.

Other amenities include a 24-hour gym, including cardio equipment with LCD touchscreens, as well as an outdoor swimming pool.

Hyatt Place Pune/Hinjewadi is helmed by GM Swarendra Sahay and director of sales Mukhraj Gill. 

Launched in 2006, the Hyatt Place is a brand of Hyatt Hotels Corporation.  It offers more than 200 locations in the US, Armenia, China, Costa Rica, India, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Netherlands and United Arab Emirates. 

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