Hyatt Opens Second Goa Property

Hyatt Hotels Corporation opened its second property in Goa on India’s west coast earlier this week. Located on the calm and inviting waters of Bambolim Bay, the new Grand Hyatt Goa is built in the architectural style of a 17th century Indo-Portuguese palace and spread across 28 acres of lush tropical gardens.

 

314 contemporary guestrooms and suites offer panoramic views of the bay and landscaped lawns. Ranging between 50 and 250 square meters, guests can relax and unwind to the natural surroundings from a 10-square meter private balcony or the luxurious King-sized bed with feather pillows, spacious bathrooms featuring a separate rainforest shower and bathtub accompanied by spa amenities. Entertainment and connectivity is available via the 37-inch LCD television, iPod docking station, high-speed internet access and 3 direct-dial telephones, complemented by a fully-stocked minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities.

 

With 7 food and beverage outlets, Grand Hyatt Goa offers guests a wide selection of authentic cuisines and flavours. The Verandah is the signature restaurant of the resort featuring a western-style grill with Asian and Middle Eastern influences, while Chulha’s clay pots and copper pans create a rural table setting to sample “home-style” Indian food. The Dining Room is a warm and casual all-day dining venue with 5 interactive buffet stations complemented by the fresh pastries, chocolates, specialty coffees and teas at The Confeitaria. In the evenings, guests will be enthralled by The Bay View Lounge’s infinity mirror pond and wide selection of beverages, before partying the night away to the beats of the in-house DJ at The Capiz Bar.

 

Meeting planners have Goa’s largest banquet facilities at their disposal, spread over 3,000 square meters and suited for grand weddings, social events, conferences and corporate meetings. These include the elegant Grand Ballroom decorated with imported Kaala Khata marble and wall panels inspired by Indo-Portuguese architecture, as well as 6 smaller function rooms, 2 meeting rooms and 2 boardrooms. After work and business, guests and delegates can relax at the resort’s Shamana Spa, nestled in a separate building and incorporating treatment suites, a gymnasium, indoor swimming pool, whirlpools and a wet area with sauna, steam bath and plunge pools.

 

Grand Hyatt Goa joins the Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa in the south Indian resort destination, growing Hyatt Hotels Corporation’s portfolio in India to 7 properties in 5 cities (Delhi, Goa, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune). The group is also developing 3 other hotels under its Hyatt Regency and Park Hyatt brands in Chennai and Hyderabad.

 

For more information, visit www.hyatt.com.

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