Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics Valley has 330 guestrooms including 23 suites. The Deluxe Rooms have sliding doors, hidden drawers and unobtrusive storage, punctuated with Chinese references such as a modern version of a traditional horseshoe armchair. Rooms also have flat-screen LCD television, DVD player, stereo soundbar and complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity.
For dining, Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics Valley has the Market Café on the ground floor, complete with live cooking stations and an outdoor terrace; a Chinese restaurant with 10 private dining rooms, including one that seats up to 22 guests; Italian restaurant DAMIAMO, which has an open kitchen and a wood-fired oven; and the Lobby Lounge that has a 108-foot (33-meter) long, wood-topped bar, which is the longest bar in Wuhan.
Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics Valley also has almost 16,000 square feet (1,480 square meters) of meeting and event spaces. The majority of spaces feature natural daylight. Spanning 7,965 square feet (740 square meters) and with a 25-foot (7.7-meter) ceiling, the Regency Ballroom is located on the third floor. Seven additional event spaces measure from 484 square feet to 2,960 square feet (45 square meters to 275 square meters).
Wellness and recreational facilities at Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics Valley include the spa, a 29,063-square-foot (2,700-square-meter) facility designed by Singapore-based spa specialists AW Lake Spa Concepts. The spa includes: a body scrub room, manicure and pedicure room, foot massage parlor, sauna and steam rooms, single and double treatment rooms, hair salon, and a retail shop. The property also has a 72-foot (22-meter) lap pool and a fitness center with Technogym fitness equipment.
The Hyatt Regency Wuhan Optics Valley is located near the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, Wuhan High Speed Train Station and the Wuchang and Hankou Railway Stations. It is also located in the commercial district of Wuchang and is near East Lake, Ma’anshan National Forest Park, Huazhong University of Science and Technology and Wuhan Optics Valley.
Wuhan is the capital of Hubei province. It is actually a conglomeration of three cities, Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang.