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Hyatt signs New Hotel in Marrakech

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Affiliates of Global Hyatt Corporation and Alliances Group have signed a management agreement for the Park Hyatt Marrakech.

Located within the impressive Al Maaden residential and leisure development, Park Hyatt Marrakech will offer modern architectural design, rich residential interiors, creative restaurant concepts, and a lounge and elegant bar all designed to appeal to both hotel guests and the residents of Al Maaden. The 120-room hotel will open in 2011, and will become the 33rd hotel in the Park Hyatt portfolio.

Located near the historical and cultural center of Marrakech, Al Maaden is set against the spectacular backdrop of the Atlas Mountains, and will feature a resort complex and Moroccan garden-inspired 18-hole golf course, designed by award-winning golf course designer Kyle Phillips. Renowned architects Didier Lefort, Eduardo Gaggiano, Cheong Yew Kuan and Patrick Genard will collaborate to design the development project.

With a commitment to supporting the community, Al Madden has reached an agreement with charity organization Orient-Occident Foundation to construct a training center for individuals who live in underserved areas, ensuring they will receive the education, resources and skills necessary for future job opportunities at the new development.

The opening of the center and the collaboration with Orient-Occident Foundation is essential to us. Hyatt is committed to the development of the local community, and we will recruit more than 200 people for the opening of Park Hyatt Marrakech, said Gebhard Rainer, managing director of Hyatt Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

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