Hyatt Hotels has announced the opening of Hyatt Regency Addis Ababa, the first Hyatt branded hotel in Ethiopia and the seventh in Africa.
The 188-room property is centrally located on Meskel Square, near shopping centres, restaurants, bars, and tourist attractions, including the National Museum.
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“We are excited to celebrate the opening of Hyatt Regency Addis Ababa and to introduce the brand to Ethiopia,” said Heddo Siebs, general manager, Hyatt Regency Addis Ababa.
“We are confident that our loyal World of Hyatt members and global travellers will feel welcomed the moment they arrive and we look forward to serving them delicious blends of local flavours, while also offering an array of live entertainment.”
With the United Nations Conference Centre and African Union Headquarters only a short walk away, the largest conference facility in the country, the hotel serves as the ideal stay for business travellers.
Those visiting for leisure can enjoy local attractions including the National Palace and Africa’s biggest open market in the lively Mercato district.
The Holy Trinity Church, one of the most important places of worship in the country, is only 2.5 miles (four kilometres) from the hotel.
Additionally, undoubtedly rich in culture and within a 15-minute drive sits the Anwar Mosque, Ethiopia’s largest mosque.
Carefully designed to provide guests with everything they need, the hotel boasts six unique dining outlets, perfect for a quiet meal, lively drinks or for those on the go.
The 188 guestrooms include 12 luxury Regency suites, two Executive suites, one Presidential suite and one Royal Presidential suite with four bedrooms.
Regency Club room and suite guests can enjoy complimentary use of the boardroom and exclusive access to the Regency Club lounge, which serves continental breakfast, evening cocktails and snacks.
Source: Breaking Travel News