Hyatt City of Dreams hotel opens in Manila

The Hyatt City of Dreams Manila opened

The 365-room hotel was created by architects at Asya Design, with interiors by Arlen P. De Guzman Design Associates. Guestrooms range in size from 377 to 915 square feet, and include functioning work space with an ergonomic desk chair, a 47 inch LED HDTV with an interactive interface, an iPod docking station and a safe.

“The whole Hyatt City of Dreams Manila team is excited to open our doors to guests,” said GM Stephen Radcliffe. “We are looking forward to introducing this witty, charming and inviting brand to Southeast. With our comfortable rooms, bustling dining venues, great facilities and access to all that is on offer at City of Dreams Manila—not to mention the capital itself—we are confident our guests are going to have a delightful stay with us.”

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