The venue is the second of five Hyatt Place properties slated to roll out in Central America over the next three years
Hyatt Hotels has rolled out the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Nicaragua’s capital city of Managua. The establishment features the signature design, atmosphere, and amenities synonymous with the Hyatt Place brand. The new location is owned by LATAM Hotels and operated by GHL.
The venue is the second of five Hyatt Place properties which the group is slated to introduce in Central America over the next three years. The first called Hyatt Place Tegucigalpa launched in September 2015 while Hyatt Place Guatemala City is expected to debut before the end of 2016.
Previously announced locations will be situated in San Salvador, El Salvador, and San Pedro Sula in Honduras. With a notable presence in Latin America and the Caribbean, the marque’s footprint currently dots the shores of Chile, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, and Puerto Rico.
Meanwhile, Hyatt Place Managua is situated along the city’s new business and retail corridor adjacent to Galerías Santo Domingo, one of the most prestigious malls in the city. The shopping, restaurant, and nightlife options which surround the hotel offer a vibrant touristic enclosure for visitors.
It is also conveniently positioned close to various embassies and prominent financial institutions, while parked only 30 minutes from Augusto C. Sandino International Airport. Additionally, the brand collaborated with local artist, Otto Mejia, to dress its Gallery walls using traditional art mediums of wood and clay.
The hotel’s key attractions entail a suite of offerings which include 140 guestrooms, complimentary property-wide WiFi services, heated rooftop pool, The Gallery Kitchen with free breakfast, a 24-hour menu and gym, coffee and cocktail bar, high-function meeting spaces, and an Odds & Ends programme spotlighting unique finds.
“As the Hyatt portfolio of brands continues to enter new markets throughout the world, we are delighted that the opening of Hyatt Place Managua marks the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Nicaragua,” said Steven Dominguez, Vice President of Global Brands for Hyatt Place and Hyatt House.