Stockholm Sweden Hyatt Hotel

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) Today it was announced that Hyatt partners have signed an agreement to open the first Hyatt property in Sweden. Hyatt's Hotel Corporation, the world's largest hotel chain and one of the largest in the United States, today announced that it has significantly expanded its brand portfolio in Europe by entering into a managed franchise deal with Swedish Hotel Group, a world leader in hotel management and franchising, in Stockholm, Sweden, in a multi-year, $1.2 billion deal. Hyatt Hotels and announced today that it is committed to significantly expanding the brand's portfolio throughout Europe through a series of managed and franchised deals with its subsidiaries.

Hotell Reisen is one of the world's largest hotel management and franchising companies and will be located in the heart of Stockholm, Sweden, just outside the city's central business district. Located at the intersection of Gothenburg Street and Grand Hansa Street, it is planned to be the first Hyatt hotel in Sweden with a total capacity of 1,000 rooms. Hotell Travel will join the already successful Grand Hotel Group hotel portfolio in Stockholm and is part of a multi-year, $1.2 billion deal with Swedish Hotels Group, a world-leading hotel management and franchising. Hotel Re Eisen is located near the central business district of Stockholm, next to the planned Grand Hanas Hotel, and is a unique hotel with an average of 2,500 rooms and a restaurant and bar with full service, as well as a restaurant, bar and lounge. It will join the currently active Grand Hotel Group, which includes more than 100 hotels and restaurants, and of which there will be a number of other hotels, restaurants and bars.

Hotell Reisen is one of the world's largest hotel management and franchising companies and will be based in the heart of Stockholm, Sweden, just outside the city's central business district. Located at the intersection of Gothenburg Street and Grand Hansastraße, next to the planned Grand Hanas Hotel, it is to become the first Hyatt hotel in Sweden with a total capacity of 1,000 rooms, as well as a restaurant, bar and full service lounge. It will be part of the already successful Grand Hotel Group hotel portfolio in Stockholm and is part of a multi-year, $1.2 billion deal with Swedish Hotels Group, a leading global hotel management and franchising company. The hotel joins a number of other hotels, restaurants and bars, such as those planned for the GrandHanas Hotel.

Hotell Travel is currently undergoing a major renovation and will be available in 2018 and will be included in Hyatt's Unbound Collection in early 2021. The 144-room hotel is expected to be completed by the end of 2018 or early 2019 and will be available immediately after being included in the Hyatts brand's unbound collection in the early 2020s. Hotell Travel is currently undergoing a major refurbishment to be operational in 2019, and will join the unbound collections of Hyatt hotels in Stockholm and other cities in Europe and the Middle East, which will have a total of 1,000 rooms, as early as 2021.

For your convenience, this press release uses the term "Hyatt" to refer to a Hyatt Hotels and Resorts hotel, not the hotel brand itself. For our convenience, we use the terms "Holland Hotel" and "Hotell Travel" in this press release, and the word "hotel" refers to hotels in Stockholm and other cities in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, as well as other parts of the United States. For the convenience of our publication, the name "hyatt hotel" has been used for the first time in our press releases, referring to all Hyatts hotels and resorts in Sweden, Norway, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and South America, and is used as a reference to any hotel or hotel chain in another country for convenience.

For convenience purposes, the term "Hyatt" has been used for all Hyatt Hotels and Resorts hotels and resorts in Sweden, Norway, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and South America.

A year later, the first Scandinavian hotel opened in Koblenz, Germany, and in 1985 Ratos became the sole owner. In 1999, the group expanded to Estonia and the Arctia Hotels Group in Finland followed suit, bringing Scandic to all Nordic countries. Hotell Reisen has a proud history and origins dating back to the 17th century and has brought the spirit of the Unbound Collection Hyatt to life in the Swedish capital. It is the first of the Scandics chain to have hotels in Sweden, Norway, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and South America.

The company is represented in Germany and Poland, the remaining 32 hotels in Sweden, Norway, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and South America were founded in 1973.

Hyatt's European trip included the completion of managed and franchise deals as well as the addition of Hyatt to its hotel portfolio in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

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