Hyatt Regency opens hotel in Chandigarh, India

Between pleasure and business: Hyatt Regency opens in Chandigarh, India

April 5, 2016: World renowned Hyatt Hotels & Resorts have opened its latest luxury venue in India – the Hyatt Regency Chandigarh. 

Hyatt Regency Chandigarh

The new Hyatt hotel brings relaxed sophistication and modern comfort to the city of Chandigarh, located 153 miles north of the capital New Delhi and planned by the famed Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier. Part of the city’s business hub, which houses a slew of multinational firms and diplomatic missions, Hyatt Regency Chandigarh provides a dynamic and energizing space, where guests can seamlessly combine work and pleasure. 

Adhering to the brand’s long tradition in hospitality, the hotel features 211 generously sized guestrooms, including 25 suites and seven Cabana rooms. Drawing inspiration from Le Corbusier’s original city designs, all rooms boast contemporary furniture, lavish carpets and artwork alongside amenities such as concierge service, mini bar, state-of-the-art bathrooms as well as 24-hour in-room dining. 

Hyatt Regency Chandigarh takes great care that its guests would never go hungry. It flaunts five restaurants and bars that span the culinary spectrum. From local Northern Indian and authentic Chinese dishes to classic Italian offers, the hotel provides ample choice for quick business lunches, casual dinners and feisty drinks.         

Having just launched, Hyatt Regency Chandigarh strives to fast turn into the city’s preferred spot for a myriad of activities – from weddings to conferences to exhibitions to recreation. More information about the hotel’s special opening packages and reservation options is available on its website

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