Hyatt Place debuts in China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region

Public spaces in the 245=room hotel include 241 square meters of meeting and function space, a restaurant, a bar and a gym. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corp.

In Southwest China, the Hyatt Place Liuzhou is officially open, marking the debut of the brand in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. 

Liuzhou is the second largest city in Guangxi with a growing industrial center and transportation hub in the region. The hotel is at the top of the 249-meter Poly International Center, the highest building in the city, close to the nearby commercial center, entertainment complex and tourist attractions, including Yaobu Ancient Town and Liu River Night Cruise. The hotel also is close to Liuzhou Bailian Airport and the Liuzhou railway station.

Public spaces in the 245-room hotel include 241 square meters of meeting and function space, a restaurant, a bar and a gym.


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This opening comes on the heels of several notable debuts for the brand in the region. The Hyatt Place Beijing Daxing, the brand's first hotel in China's capital, opened in December, and in March, affiliates of Hyatt Hotels Corp. and Ben Thanh Holdings entered into a management agreement to develop a Hyatt Place hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The 200-room Hyatt Place Saigon Phu Nhuan will be the brand's first in the country.

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