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Ista hotels to be rebranded as Hyatt

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EH STAFFMumbai

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced that they have signed a management agreement with IHHR Hospitality for five Ista hotels in India to be re-branded by Hyatt. Under the agreement, the fully operational Ista hotels will be known as Hyatt Bangalore, Hyatt Pune, Hyatt Hyderabad, Hyatt Ahmedabad and Hyatt Amritsar. The branding effort is expected to be completed by March 2013.

Ratnesh Verma, senior vice president, Real Estate and Development for Hyatt Hotels & Resorts in Asia-Pacific said, “This opportunity allows Hyatt to further consolidate its distribution in India and offer its customers a choice in new markets such as Bengaluru, Amritsar and Ahmedabad.”

The re-branding of the five Ista hotels as Hyatt Hotels, will mark the entry of the fourth brand from the company’s portfolio into India. Currently, India has five Hyatt Regency hotels in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata, two Grand Hyatt hotels in Mumbai and Goa, and three Park Hyatt hotels in Goa, Chennai and Hyderabad. There are currently more than 50 Hyatt-branded hotels under development in India, which are expected to add more than 12,000 rooms. The Hyatt Place brand will be the next to enter India, with Hyatt Place Hampi opening later this year, followed by Hyatt Place Pune, Hinjewadi. The next six months will also mark the opening of three other Hyatt hotels in India – Hyatt Regency Gurgaon, Hyatt Regency Ludhiana and Hyatt Raipur.

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