Hotel Nikko Mexico becomes Hyatt property

Hotel News - 24/05/2012

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Hotel giant Hyatt announced today that it is has officially rebranded the Hotel Nikko Mexico as the Hyatt Regency Mexico City.

Hyatt officials said in a press release issued on Thursday that the property is situated in one of Mexico City’s most ‘coveted’ and dynamic neighbourhoods and is steps away from top attractions including the Presidente Masaryk Ave shopping area and Chapultepec Park.

The rebranding comes following a full renovation of 756-room facility, which offers views of Chupultapec Park, the city centre, Lincoln Park and Polanco. The press release said that new guestrooms feature exclusive urban retreat styling and were “carefully planned” to cater to leisure and business guests looking for a combination of comfort and elegance.

Hyatt Regency Mexico City boasts more than 28,000 square feet of meeting and event space; the property also features a wide variety of dining options including Japanese cuisine at Teppan Grill and Benkay; the former includes private dining areas, a sushi bar and an impressive wine selection.

General manager Kurt Straub said that the rebranding would add fresh appeal to an already popular and top-rated hotel property. Similarly, Hyatt Latin America’s senior vice president Myles McGourty said the hotel is key piece in the firm’s portfolio and said that the brand forward to bringing its unique hospitality to Mexico City.

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