The Hyatt Place Shenzhen Dongmen opens in China

Hyatt Hotels Corporation opened Asia Pacific’s first-ever Hyatt Place hotel in the Dongmen district of Shenzhen, China. Hyatt Place Shenzhen Dongmen marks the official arrival of the Hyatt Place brand in China, a brand that has been designed to meet the needs of both business and leisure travelers. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and 24-hour food offerings.

“We are delighted to announce the opening of the first Hyatt Place hotel in Shenzhen, and to introduce the Hyatt Place brand to China,” Larry Tchou, group president, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, said. “Hyatt continues to grow the Hyatt Place brand strategically and thoughtfully in key markets, which provide new and existing guests with more options when they are traveling in China and throughout the world. The Hyatt Place brand was designed from the insight of our guests’ appreciation for approachable style, where design and quality is delivered in a very simple and affordable fashion, offering a seamless travel experience for guests, and we are delighted with this new choice for travelers visiting the dynamic city of Shenzhen.”

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