Park Hyatt Busan Opens Its Doors; Paves The Way For Luxury In South Korea

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE:H) announced today the official opening of Park Hyatt Busan, the tenth Park Hyatt property in Asia Pacific and the second Park Hyatt hotel in Korea following Park Hyatt Seoul. As the second largest city in Korea, Busan is one of the most well-known international hubs for Northeast Asia, with a thriving interchange of trade and tourism.

Strategically placed in an area of global cultural exchange, Park Hyatt Busan creates a new high-end segment for luxury hotels – offering a comfortable, premier, luxury service suitable for the growing number of Korean and international visitors traveling for leisure and business.

Set in the heart of the bustling city, Park Hyatt Busan upholds the brand’s deep rooted reputation for sophisticated style, outstanding service and accommodations, and superior facilities. Affording breathtaking views across the ocean, the hotel is centrally located among Busan’s premium commercial area – adjacent to the world’s largest shopping mall, Shinsegae Centum City, as well as MICE facilities, including the Busan Exhibition and Convention Centre (BEXCO).

“We are thrilled that the second Park Hyatt hotel in Korea and the tenth Park Hyatt property in this region has officially opened its doors,” said Larry Tchou, Group President – Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation. “This opening is a true reflection of the ways in which Hyatt continually aims to become the most preferred brand in every segment we serve, and it also shows the thoughtful growth of the Park Hyatt brand into areas in which we know our customers are traveling. We are seeing a booming hotel scene in Busan thanks to increased international conventions and festivals, and we look forward to welcoming travelers to Hyatt’s luxury brand that offers sophistication, style and intimate experiences.”

“Many people have been anxiously awaiting the newest hotel in the Park Hyatt collection, which we believe will make a big splash in the heart of Busan,” said Marc von Armin, General Manager, Park Hyatt Busan. “In successfully incorporating the unparalleled city views into the interior, Park Hyatt Busan is bound to set a whole new standard for luxury, armed with distinctive world-class facilities and services.”

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