By the Caribbean Journal staff
Hyatt has opened its first-ever hotel in Colombia’s capital: the Grand Hyatt Bogota.
The new 372-room property is set in the heart of Bogota’s Ciudad Empresarial Sarmiento Angulo commercial district.
“We are thrilled to announce the opening of the first Grand Hyatt hotel in the country and are confident that Grand Hyatt Bogota will exceed expectations of all who visit the hotel,” said Myles McGourty, senior vice president, Latin America & Caribbean, Hyatt. “The hotel offers an iconic experience for worldly guests who seek first-class hospitality, best-in-class food and beverage and a luxurious stay.”
It’s yet another new property in Colombia, which has become one of the Caribbean Basin’s hottest investment destinations.
The 372 rooms include 50 suites, along with a Japanese eatery called Ushin Japanese, along with a cafe and the Ilustre Bar.
That’s along with the Zaitania Spa, which includes 11 treatment rooms and 32,000 square feet of space.
“I feel honored and proud to be part of the more than 350 colleagues who have made this great achievement possible,” said Philippe Frey, general manager, Grand Hyatt Bogota. “With the opening of Grand Hyatt Bogota, we are committed to elevating the standard of hospitality in this cosmopolitan capital in South America and delivering an extraordinary experience every day.”