Grand Hyatt Opens in China’s Shaanxi Province

The 396-key property is part of the Maike Business Center and is situated in Xi'an New Central Business District, within the High-Tech Industries Development Zone.

Hyatt Hotels Corp. has opened Grand Hyatt Xi’an. The newest Grand Hyatt is located in Xi’an, the oldest of the Four Great Ancient Capitals, the starting point of the Silk Road, and also home to the Terracotta Army. Xi’an, capital of the  is now an important economic and cultural center for Northwest China.

Situated in the New Central Business District, Grand Hyatt Xi’an is located within the High-Tech Industries Development Zone. It is part of the Maike Business Center—the hotel building connects with the office tower via a floor-to-ceiling-windowed sky bridge 328 feet above ground.

Upscale lodging

The 396-key luxury hotel is in near proximity of Xi’an Greenland PICO International Convention & Exhibition Center as well as Xi’an Qujiang International Conference Exhibition Center. Iconic tourist attractions, key transportation hubs and the international airport are easily accessible from the hotel. Of the 396 guestrooms, 44 are suites starting at 807 square feet.

Amenities at Grand Hyatt Xi’an include:

  • five dining options
  • 24,907 square feet of meeting and event spaces
  • 11 meeting rooms
  • 24-hour in-room dining available
  • 24-hour concierge service
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • indoor swimming pool
  • underground parking

“Grand Hyatt Xi’an is an iconic embodiment of the city’s transformation as well as the boldness and worldliness of the Grand Hyatt brand,” Sidney Hardy, the hotel’s general manager, said in a prepared statement.

Images courtesy of Hyatt Hotels Corp.