Hyatt Regency Chantilly opens as ninth Hyatt hotel in France

Hyatt Regency Chantilly opens as ninth Hyatt hotel in France.
In the development of the property, involved in the interior designer was De Salle and Flint. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Hyatt Hotels Corp. has opened Hyatt Regency Chantilly, the ninth Hyatt branded hotel in France. Reminiscent of an 18th-century authentic hamlet, the 211-room property is set along the Nonette River in the town of Chantilly. The property is located 20 minutes from Charles De Gaulle International Airport and 45 minutes from the center of Paris.

London-based interior design firm DeSalles Flint was involved in the project.

Comprised of eight buildings, the hotel has 211 guestrooms, including 14 suites. There are four different suite varieties, including one Royal Garden Suite, seven Regency Executive Suites, one Chantilly Suite, and five Regency Suites.

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Hyatt Regency Chantilly has four dining spaces, including Nord, which has an open kitchen; Le Condé, a cozy lounge with direct access to a landscaped outdoor terrace; and The Market, which is open 24/7.

Le Cottage Spa & Wellness is a 12,917-square-foot spa and wellness center with five treatment rooms, a steam bath, organic and traditional saunas, a relaxation lounge and an indoor swimming pool. There is also a fitness center.

For events, the property has 16,146 square feet of flexible space. The hotel’s 5,382-square-foot Regency Ballroom is set within the property’s gardens. The hotel also has 10 rooms equipped with audiovisual equipment and on-site tech support.

Charles Guyonnaud is the general manager of Hyatt Regency Chantilly.

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