Hyatt has announced the official opening of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, a project being developed by James Packer.
Located three kilometres from Ninoy Aquino International Airport, five minutes from SM Mall of Asia and the SMX Convention Center, and ten minutes from the World Trade Center and Philippine International Convention Center, Hyatt City of Dreams Manila is an ideal base for both leisure and business travellers.
Hyatt Asia Pacific Group President David Udell said, “We are delighted to bring this brand to the Asia Pacific region and be part of City of Dreams Manila. This hotel will be featuring an array of entertainment and attractions. The hotel will welcome guests from all over the world who are looking for a world-class experience with Hyatt’s authentic services in this business and leisure destination.”
The two towers of Hyatt City of Dreams Manila were designed by architects Asya Design, with interiors by Arlen P. De Guzman Design Associates. It has 365 rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, ranging in size from 36 to 85 square metres. In the living space, guests will find a fully functioning work space with an ergonomic desk chair, a 47 inch LED HDTV with an interactive interface, an iPod docking station, and a safe large enough to accommodate a laptop.
Meanwhile, guests staying in any of the 45 Club rooms within Hyatt City of Dreams Manila are welcome to visit the Club Lounge on Level 7 of Tower II where they can enjoy breakfast, drinks and light snacks throughout the day, and canapés and pre-dinner cocktails.
General Manager Stephen Radcliffe said, “The whole Hyatt City of Dreams Manila team is excited to open our doors to guests. We are looking forward to introducing this witty, charming and inviting brand to Southeast. With our comfortable rooms, bustling dining venues, great facilities and access to all that is on offer at City of Dreams Manila—not to mention the capital itself—we are confident our guests are going to have a delightful stay with us.”
Hyatt City of Dreams Manila features two dining venues’; The Café which is the main dining room and The Lounge which is a more casual affair for coffee and snacks.
The hotel also has an onsite hair and nail salon, outdoor lap pool and a fitness centre equipped with treadmills, bikes, steppers and weights.
The focal point at City of Dreams Manila is the Fortune Egg—a golden dome-like structure, accented by dramatic lighting and anticipated to become a gleaming landmark of the Manila Bay area. Within the dome will be two nightclubs by preeminent nightclub operator Michael Van Cleef Ault who has created dozens of clubs in the hottest cities worldwide, including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Aspen, Sao Paulo, Monte Carlo and London.
For families, DreamPlay is the world’s first family entertainment centre from Hollywood studio DreamWorks Animation, introducing education-based, interactive entertainment inspired by the mantra of learning through play. Spread over 2,400 square metres, DreamPlay is an exciting, integrated blend of live and digital play spaces, featuring DreamWorks’ beloved characters and includes a 165-seater café, a store and three themed party rooms.
In addition, City of Dreams Manila houses a ballroom with capacity to seat 500 guests, a banqueting kitchen equipped for Filipino, Chinese and Western menus, a multi-level car park, a live performance central lounge, a variety of upscale retailers, and large selections of bars and dining venues ranging from casual eateries to premium fine-dining establishments.