Hyatt Regency Xiamen Wuyuanwan has opened as the brand’s first hotel in Xiamen in Southern China, offering business travellers authentic and diversified experiences.
Located in the heart of Xiamen’s newly developed central business district, the hotel is part of an upscale multi-functional complex that houses restaurants, retail shops, and an office tower. The property is close to the Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Centre, and is a few minutes’ drive from Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport and several major railway stations.
Inspired by historic local culture, Hyatt Regency Xiamen Wuyuanwan’s contemporary interiors are embellished with creative local touches, including Chinese window lattices and symbolic red walls. The hotel’s 301 contemporary rooms and suites, ranging from 45-208sqm, offer a blend of traditional Minnan and modern décor, and stunning views of Wuyuan Bay and the bustling cityscape. Room amenities include 48-inch LCD TVs, Bluetooth audio equipment, Wi-Fi Internet access, and ample bathrooms with separate bathtubs and rain showers.
Boasting more than 2,500sqm of flexible meeting and event facilities, and an outdoor lawn measuring over 200sqm adjacent to the outdoor swimming pool, the hotel provides thoughtfully-designed spaces with the latest audiovisual and lighting solutions catering to meetings and conferences. The 925sqm Regency Ballroom has high ceilings and a 450sqm foyer, and can accommodate up to 600 guests, making it a great place for large events and special celebrations. Eight individual event rooms ranging from 60 to 160sqm and a 50sqm VIP room are well fitted for board meetings or intimate gatherings.
The hotel’s dining options include four restaurants and a bar, from authentic Chinese cuisine to fine European fare. Xiang Chinese Restaurant, the hotel’s signature specialty restaurant, offers Cantonese, Min, and Teochew cuisines, as well as a selection of local Chinese teas, local rice wines, and other Chinese liquors. The Lounge offers a large selection of premium coffees, herbal teas, cocktails and wines, alongside afternoon tea and light snacks. www.hyattregency.com