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Hyatt Signs 365-Room Hotel in Manila

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Hyatt has signed a management agreement for a new hotel in Manila, Philippines.

To feature 365 guestrooms, the Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, which will consist of two hotel towers and is expected to open in 2014, will provide direct access to three distinctive entertainment venues, including a family entertainment centre, a live performance lounge and a nightclub that will be situated in an architecturally unique ‘Fortune Egg’ structure.

The hotel will offer two food and beverage areas, a fitness centre, VIP lounge, and outdoor swimming pool.

City of Dreams Manila is located in the gateway of Entertainment City overlooking the Manila Bay area. Boasting easy access to Manila’s business district, as well as ‘SM Mall of Asia,’ Hyatt City of Dreams Manila will cater to both business and leisure guests given its proximity to entertainment, dining and shopping options.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Hyatt brand to City of Dreams Manila, in support of Melco Crown Philippines’ strategy to further develop and enhance the appeal of one of the region’s fastest growing business and leisure destinations,” said Ratnesh Verma, senior vice president, real estate and development, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. “Hyatt City of Dreams Manila will represent an important milestone for us as we look to further build brand loyalty in locations where our guests are frequently traveling. Through our strong relationship with Melco Crown Entertainment Limited, Hyatt is able to develop a world-class business and leisure offering in Manila.”

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