Hyatt Regency Hong Kong reopens.(Dateline: Hong Kong Hong Kong (hŏng kŏng), Mandarin Xianggang, special administrative region of China, formerly a British crown colony (2005 est. pop. 6,899,000), land area 422 sq mi (1,092 sq km), adjacent to Guangdong prov. )
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong which closed its doors on New Year's Day New Year's Day, among ancient peoples the first day of the year frequently corresponded to the vernal or autumnal equinox, or to the summer or winter solstice. In the Middle Ages it was celebrated among Christians usually on Mar. 25. 2006, has reopened in a new location.
The property opened on Nathan Road in 1969 and was the first Hyatt hotel established outside the United States and throughout its 36 years, maintained its position as one of the premier locations to stay, wine and dine Verb 1. wine and dine - eat sumptuously; "we wined and dined in Paris"
feast, banquet, junket - partake in a feast or banquet
2. wine and dine - provide with food and drink, usually lavishly in Hong Kong.
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui Tsim Sha Tsui (Simplified Chinese 尖沙咀, Traditional:尖沙嘴), often abbreviated as TST, also known as Tsim Tsui (尖咀 or 尖嘴) by local people, is an urbanized area in the Yau Tsim Mong District in southern has opened in a new location, featuring Hugo's, the Chin Chin Bar and The Chinese Restaurant, continuing the legacy of the former Hyatt Regency Hong Kong.
The new hotel completes the trio of Hyatt properties in Hong Kong, joining the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong The Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is a luxury Hyatt hotel in Hong Kong, and the Asian flagship of Hyatt International.  It has been described in a New York Times travel article as a "world-famous prestige" property. in Wan Chai and the Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin, which opened earlier in 2009.
The hotel spans floors 3 through 24 of the new K11 multi-use development that runs the length of Hanoi Road in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. The hotel sits atop 'The Art Mall': six stories of boutiques and restaurants. The Art Mall is the first project of its kind to integrate art concepts and exhibits to enhance dialogue between local artists and shoppers.
It also features an exclusive retail experience that brings art, people, and nature together. Through The Art Mall, hotel guests enjoy direct access to the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR MTR Motor
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MTR Magnetization Transfer Ratio subway and East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, and are within short walking distance of prime tourist attractions. The hotel has 381 rooms, including 33 suites offer scenic views over Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong Island is an island in the southern part of Hong Kong, China. It had a population of 1,268,112 and its population density was 15,915/km² in 2006. The island was captured by the United Kingdom in the early 1840s, and the City of Victoria was then established on the island. and Kowloon.
The Regency Club guest rooms, private lounge and meeting rooms are located on Levels 22 through 24 where floor-to-ceiling windows provide panoramic views. Spanning 2,960 square feet (275 square meters), the Regency Club lounge on Level 23 offers complimentary buffet breakfast, all day tea and coffee and evening canapE[umlaut umlaut (m`lout) [Ger.,=transformed sound], in inflection, variation of vowels of the type of English man to men. ]s and cocktails.
Also on the Lobby Level, the atmospheric all-day restaurant CafE[umlaut] serves international fare. CafE[umlaut] features seven show kitchens specializing in sushi and sashimi; teppanyaki; Chinese and dim sum; Indian with Tandoor tan·door
n. pl. tan·doors or tan·door·i
A cylindrical oven made of clay, heated to a high heat over charcoal or wood, and used in India for baking bread and roasting meat. ovens; Western antipasti and pizza; cold cuts; and dessert. Guests are able to watch their food being prepared and may eat straight out of the pan, off the grill or from the wok. Part of CafE[umlaut] is the Library - a comfortable, residential-style space lined with books where guests can take afternoon tea.
On Level 3, Chef Lo--the Chinese chef at the former Hyatt Regency Hong Kong hotel--once again takes the helm at The Chinese Restaurant. Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui features 5,705 square feet (530 square meters) of event space on the Lobby Level, including a 3,606-square-foot (335-square-meter) pillar-less ballroom catering to up to 300 guests for dinner and 400 for cocktails.
Adjacent to the ballroom are five meeting rooms of varying sizes, all equipped with the latest audio-visual technology and wireless Internet connectivity.
"We've taken the most successful elements of the former hotel and repackaged them for our guests, offering an improved and upgraded environment," said general manager Xavier Pech
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