Hyatt to construct hotel at Reina Beatrix Airport in Aruba

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Hyatt Hotels Corporation has unveiled its plans to build a new 116-room hotel adjacent to Reina Beatrix International Airport in Aruba, in the Caribbean.

The hotel will be situated within the Aruba Airport Business Center in Oranjestad, and will provide guests with a convenient place to rest before setting out on the next leg of their journey.

Hyatt Place Aruba Airport will be located on a mixed use development site that will contain 21,000ft2 of office space, as well as an 8,000ft² food court, retail shops, a casual dining restaurant, and car rental facilities. Additionally, the hotel will feature a covered walkway that will provide direct pedestrian access between the hotel and Reina Beatrix International Airport. Construction of the hotel is set to begin in early 2017 with an opening date of late 2018.

Camilo Bolaños, vice president of development and real estate – Latin America and Caribbean, Hyatt, said, “Hyatt Place hotels combine style, innovation and 24/7 amenities to create a seamless stay with modern comforts. Ease of access and connectivity to Aruba’s business areas and tourist attractions, in addition to convenient proximity to the airport, will help establish Hyatt Place Aruba Airport as a preferred lodging option for business and leisure travelers seeking convenience.”

Written by Dan Symonds

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