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Aucklands Park Hyatt set for 2017 opening

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Auckland’s highly-anticipated $200 million new-build Park Hyatt hotel has been officially announced today (Nov 21) at a state luncheon attended by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Expected to open in 2017, Park Hyatt Auckland, developed by Fu Wah New Zealand, will mark Hyatt’s return to New Zealand, and the first Park Hyatt-branded hotel to open in Auckland.
“This has been an exciting year for the Park Hyatt brand, and we are honored to collaborate with Fu Wah New Zealand on this landmark luxury development,” said Ratnesh Verma, senior vice president, real estate and development, Asia Pacific, Hyatt.
“Fu Wah New Zealand believes in the Park Hyatt brand, having recently purchased Park Hyatt Melbourne, and we are confident Park Hyatt Auckland will provide guests with the luxurious accommodations, culinary expertise and high-quality service for which the Park Hyatt brand is known. We remain committed to growing the brand in culturally rich cities like Auckland.”
Breaking news: Auckland to get Park Hyatt hotel | Hotel ManagementHotel Management
 
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