Hyatt rebrands Goa hotel

The Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa is the brand's second property in India. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has rebranded the former Hyatt Place Goa/Candolim as the Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa, making it the brand’s second hotel in India. 

“The opening of Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa is our first step in introducing the Hyatt Centric experience to the vibrant state of Goa,” said Sunjae Sharma, VP operations-India at Hyatt.

The hotel has 167 guestrooms, a restaurant and coffee bar and 6,065 square feet of  meeting and event spaces. These include the Jade Vine ballroom; Isle de Sol, flexible meeting space; and Jardim, an outdoor banquet space for business or social events.

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Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa also has a fitness studio, outdoor swimming pool, kids' play area, laundry and dry-cleaning services. 

At the end of last year, Hyatt Hotels announced plans to add almost 1,000 guestrooms in India in 2019. The company reportedly has about 7,000 guestrooms across 28 hotels in the country. Over the coming year, the number is expected to increase to more than 7,900 rooms in 32 hotels. 

In 2019, the company will open several new properties, including Hyatt Regency Kochi Malayattoor (100 rooms), Grand Hyatt Gurgaon (442 rooms), Hyatt Regency Dharamshala Resort (89 rooms) and Hyatt Regency Jaipur Mansarovar (250 rooms) in addition to the 167-room Hyatt Centric Candolim Goa. 

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