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BUSINESS & China Travel - Grand Hyatt Xi’an Celebrates Ancient City in Northwest China

Hotel celebrates the iconic experiences of legendary Xi’an and the Silk Road A view of the Grand Hyatt Xi'an exterior at night - (Photo: Business Wire)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The oldest amongst the four great ancient capitals of China, Xi’an was the starting point of the Silk Road connecting east and west and is also home to one of the world’s most recognizable UNESCO sites, the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, China’s first emperor. Today, Xi’an is a key component of the renewed focus on the Silk Road, whose development is spearheading growth across the region and establishing the city as an important economic and cultural center for Northwest China

 

CHICAGO, ILL USA - (BUSINESS WIRE)

Friday, June 08, 2018

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of a Grand Hyatt hotel in one of China’s most ancient cities, Xi’an. Reinterpreting the city’s rich history and multicultural influences with a contemporary splendor, the Grand Hyatt Xi’an hotel places guests center stage for a memorable journey in this legendary destination and marks another important milestone for Hyatt’s continued brand expansion in Northwest China.

“The heritage and history of Xi’an have been the backdrop for an impressive atmosphere of hospitality,” said Christopher Koehler, Hyatt’s vice president of operations and managing director for China. “As early as 1990, Xi’an has been of special importance for Hyatt as it was one of the first locations in which our brands entered China and where we have cultivated great talent and leaders over the years. We are grateful to Maike Group for developing such a spectacular property and are excited to support the development of the Silk Road in the process.”

The oldest amongst the four great ancient capitals of China, Xi’an was the starting point of the Silk Road connecting east and west and is also home to one of the world’s most recognizable UNESCO sites, the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, China’s first emperor. Today, Xi’an is a key component of the renewed focus on the Silk Road, whose development is spearheading growth across the region and establishing the city as an important economic and cultural center for Northwest China.

“We are excited to welcome guests from all over the world to enjoy a stay beyond the ordinary at Grand Hyatt Xi’an,” said Sidney Hardy, the hotel’s general manager. “Grand Hyatt Xi’an is an iconic embodiment of the city’s transformation as well as the boldness and worldliness of the Grand Hyatt brand. We are determined to provide our guests with an extraordinary journey and create many unforgettable moments in this legendary destination.”

Strategically located within the Xi’an High-Tech Industries Development Zone, home to more than 200 Fortune 500 companies, Grand Hyatt Xi’an forms part of the landmark Maike Center, comprised of high-end retail and offices. Xi’an Greenland PICO International Convention & Exhibition Center as well as Xi’an Qujiang International Conference Exhibition Center are also situated nearby. Iconic tourist attractions, key transportation hubs and the international airport are also easily accessible from the hotel.

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