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First Hyatt Regency hotel opens in Jordan

AMMAN, 8 days ago

Hyatt Hotels Corporation today (December 1) officially opened the Hyatt Regency Aqaba Ayla Resort in Jordan It is the first Hyatt Regency hotel in the kingdom and second Hyatt-branded property, joining Grand Hyatt Amman.
 
Hyatt Regency Aqaba Ayla Resort is the debut hotel to open within the prestigious Ayla development on the northern shores of Aqaba, marking an important step for Hyatt as it grows its footprint of resort hotels in the region.
 
Located conveniently in the impressive Marina Village, situated between the vibrant city center and the international borders, Hyatt Regency Aqaba Ayla Resort connects guests to everything they need in one setting, said a statement from Hyatt. 
 
Offering a range of amenities for work and play, the hotel serves as a gathering place for any occasion. Each of the hotel’s 286 guestrooms and suites offer picturesque views of the azure lagoons, Aqaba’s towering mountains and the surrounding marina. 
 
Guests can take advantage of a myriad of retail, dining and entertainment venues and enjoy access to Jordan’s first 18-hole golf course, which is designed by Greg Norman. 
 
“We look forward to welcoming guests to our modern spaces and versatile venues, promising one of the most memorable hospitality experiences in the region,” said Mohammad Labban, general manager of Hyatt Regency Aqaba Ayla Resort. 
 
“The hotel’s well-connected location is in close proximity to key attractions, such as Petra and the Wadi Rum. With breathtaking, natural scenery, guests have the opportunity to both relax and recharge, while taking in all the dynamic waterfront activities the development has to offer,” he added.
 
The expansive property offers 286 modern guestrooms, including 37 Regency suites, four Executive suites, one Prince suite and one Royal suite. 
 
Each guestroom is decorated in a neutral color palette with traditional motifs and accents introducing guests to the local arts and culture. Each room provides views of Aqaba through floor to ceiling windows, allowing for an abundance of natural light, saud the Hyaat Hotels in its statement. 
 
Each guestroom also includes a 55-inch smart TV, deep soaking tub and rain shower, along with a balcony overlooking the marina or lagoon, delivering a comfortable stay for both professional and leisure focused travellers, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
 



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