New Hyatt Regency being developed in Tanzania

ABS Tanzania Limited obtained to begin construction on a Hyatt Regency hotel in Arusha, Tanzania, to replace the former Hotel Seventy-Seven.

The new property will open as the Seventy-Seven hotel in 2016. It will be the third Hyatt Regency property in the country after the Dar-es-Salaam's former Kempinski Kilimanjaro and the Park Hyatt were established in Zanzibar.

Hyatt Regency (Seventy-Seven) will have 144 rooms on a 30-acres plot in central Arusha.

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