The Hyatt Regency brand makes its return to Kuala Lumpur with plans for the new Hyatt Regency Kuala Lumpur, set to open in 2024. The 450-guestroom property will offer four food and beverage concepts, an outdoor pool, Regency Club and full fitness center. More than 21,500 square feet of meeting and event space will be available.
The hotel’s location is near the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre, the third-largest MICE venue in Southeast Asia and the largest trade and exhibition center in Malaysia.
“In addition to being a prominent hotel for us in Malaysia, the introduction of Hyatt Regency Kuala Lumpur will bring awareness to the Hyatt Regency brand in the wider region,” said Patrick Finn, senior vice president, real estate and development, Asia Pacific, Hyatt. “The new hotel is part of our strategy to grow Hyatt’s brand presence in Malaysia, building upon the five hotels that currently operate in the region.”
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