Hyatt Place opens its first hotel in Russia

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Published on 02/08/21 - Updated on 17/03/22


Hyatt Hotels chooses to open its first Hyatt Place hotel in Russia in the city of Ekaterinburg.

This will be the second property of the American group in the city of Yekaterinburg, after the arrival of the Hyatt Regency Yekaterinburg hotel in 2009. This new hotel joins the nearly 370 other Hyatt Place hotels opened around the world today. Hyatt Hotels Corporation confirms its position in the Russian market, which is one of the most important markets. Ekaterina Lonshakova, general manager of Hyatt Place Ekaterinburg, said:

"As Ekaterinburg continues to grow and prosper economically, we are delighted to add to the momentum by welcoming the first Hyatt Place hotel to the region".

The Hyatt Place Yekaterinburg hotel has 146 rooms. The Hyatt Place brand insists on designing its rooms in such a way that there are three spaces: one for sleeping, one for working, and one for playing. The hotel's general manager says,

"With our smartly designed social spaces and rooms with separate work and sleep areas, our multitasking guests can easily accomplish what they need to do on the go."

Within the hotel, the Marketplace offers guests take-out food concocted from fresh produce. The Zoom Bar & Restaurant, meanwhile, offers a casual, urban jungle-style dining concept. The kitchen offers specialties from various countries, using both local and foreign products. In total, the hotel offers 390 square meters of flexible event space dedicated to meetings or conferences. This space is equipped with high-tech facilities. Finally, Hyatt Place Ekaterinburg has a fitness room open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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