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Hyatt Regency opens first property in Amsterdam

Published: 19/04/2017 - Filed under: Home » News »

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The Hyatt Regency Amsterdam opens with 211 guestrooms and 15 suites in the center of the city – near the Plantage Amsterdam.  The property offers an on-site restaurant -  Mama Makan – offering a fusion of Dutch and Indonesian fare. 


“The opening of Hyatt Regency Amsterdam marks a significant a milestone for the Hyatt Regency brand as it continues to expand its footprint throughout Europe,” said Peter Fulton, group president – Europe, Africa and Middle East, Hyatt. “The hotel is an ideal location for both business and leisure travelers visiting Amsterdam and nicely complements Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht and Hyatt Place Amsterdam Airport.”

The hotel offers 5,565 square feet of flexible meeting and event space including a 2,055 square-foot ballroom. 

“At Hyatt Regency Amsterdam, we set the stage for dynamic interactions – from a quick coffee meeting to shared culinary experiences, our guests can come together to socialize, collaborate or celebrate,” said Toni Hinterstoisser, general manager for both Hyatt Regency Amsterdam and Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht. “We are confident that the hotel’s spacious accommodations, premier meeting facilities and superior service will provide an authentic experience and one-stop convenience to business and leisure travelers.”

by Elizabeth Atkinson

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