Hyatt to open second property in Kuwait by 2020

The hotel opening set to strengthen Hyatt's presence in the region as the second property in Kuwait with Tamdeen Group

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Hyatt Hotels Corporation is set to reintroduce the Hyatt Regency brand into Kuwait with Hyatt Regency Al Kout Mall.

This marks the second collaboration between Hyatt and Tandeem Group, following the Grand Hyatt Kuwait, set to open in 2020. Hyatt Regency Al Kout Mall is currently undergoing a major renovation and is set to debut in January 2019.

The property will be an integral part of the multifaceted Al Kout Development, Kuwait’s largest waterfront, retail and leisure destination that offers world-class retail, lifestyle, dining, entertainment and leisure experiences in one destination. The new Hyatt Regency Al Kout Mall will connect guests to the development’s additional offerings including: Al Kout Mall, Souq Al Kout, Al Kout Marina, Al Kout Fisherman’s Wharf, and Al Kout seaside promenade.

The hotel will offer the Regency Club and authentic food and beverage concepts, such as a speciality Italian dining venue. Guests will also enjoy fully renovated guestrooms featuring contemporary design, a brand-new ballroom and expanded meeting facilities, including a dedicated co-working space.

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