Hyatt Place in-house design team develops property in Nicaragua

Hyatt Place in-house design team develops property in Nicaragua
Hyatt Place Managua

Hyatt Hotels Corporation and LATAM Hotels Corp opened Hyatt Place Managua, the first Hyatt-branded hotel in the capital city of Managua, Nicaragua. Hyatt Place’s in-house design team oversaw the design of the property that is owned by LATAM Corp and operated by GHL.

Hyatt Place’s in-house design team oversaw the design of the property. In addition, Hyatt Place Managua collaborated with Nicaraguan artist Otto Mejia to dress its Gallery walls. The artist makes use of Nicaraguan art mediums of wood and clay.

Located near Galerías Santo Domingo, a shopping center, Hyatt Place Managua has 140 guestrooms with separate spaces to sleep, work and play, as well as a Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper. There is free Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the property.

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For dining, the property has The Gallery Kitchen, 24/7 Gallery Menu & Market and Coffee to Cocktails Bar.

For events, the property has more than 3,300 square feet of function space.

Other amenities include a gym and a heated rooftop pool.

Hyatt Place Managua is the second of five Hyatt Place hotels that LATAM Hotel Corp. is scheduled to open in Central America over the next three years. The first hotel, Hyatt Place Tegucigalpa, opened in September 2015, and Hyatt Place Guatemala City is expected to open before the end of 2016. Previously announced hotels will be located in San Salvador, El Salvador and San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

Hyatt Place Managua

Hyatt Place Managua

Hyatt Place Managua

Hyatt Place Managua

Hyatt Place Managua

Hyatt Place Managua

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