Hyatt Paris eyes ME business travellers
Dubai, January 13, 2008
The Hyatt Regency Paris-Charles de Gaulle is the very first business hotel in over 15 years to be located in the region of Roissy Airport,
catering to the Middle East business travellers.
“Paris is arguably the world’s number one destination for Arab business travellers, looking for comfort and luxury while away on business,” said Thierry Bertin, Area Director of Marketing - Middle East, Hyatt International Hotels and Resorts.
The hotel opened its doors in November 1992 near Roissy Airport, which is the most convenient possible destination for Middle East business travellers in Paris, he added.
"The ongoing ties between France and the Middle East continue to draw a large volume of business travel from the region to Paris, where demand for first-class business hotels is on the rise."
“With its unmatched services and first-rate facilities, the Hyatt Regency Paris – Charles De Gaulle meets the demands of all business travellers, with the added comfort of the Hyatt touch,” Bertin added.
The hotel is located in a suburb in Paris Nord 2, which is just a five minute drive from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and from Parc des Expositions of Paris-Nord Villepinte, and only 10 minutes from the Bourget and Stade de France.
The area is particularly suited for conferences and seminars. As for leisure activities, clients and their children can also enjoy the proximity of city life, as the hotel is just 25 minutes away from the centre of Paris, as well as Disneyland.
Hyatt Regency Paris – Charles De Gaulle provides made-to-measure services to business clients, including a number of signature venues for relaxing, dining, having a drink or just unwinding.
Modern designs, efficient and fast services, and up-to-date technology, are some of the distinct features that the hotel offers to each guest.
On arrival, Middle East guests will discover wood, green plants, water displays, impressive aluminium and glass structures, all designed to make guests escape the harried pace of urban life.
The stunning 21 meter-high spectacular glass roof covers a tropical garden with ponds and bamboo trees, where the Cosmos Bar and the Apollo restaurant can be found.
After a hard day’s work, the SPA and the fitness centre, Equinoxe, is there for the guests to relax in a modern setting.-TradeArabia News Service
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