Hyatt Place has made its entry to the land of Budhha in Bihar with a new property welcoming patrons in Bodh Gaya. Developed by the Saraf Hotel Enterprise, the 74-guest room property features the Hyatt Place brand’s design, casual atmosphere, and practical amenities, such as Free Wi-Fi and 24-hour food offerings. The minimalist design of the hotel fosters a sense of calm for those seeking a break from the city. Nestled 20 minutes from Gaya airport within the lush landscapes of this sacred city, the hotel is conveniently located near renowned attractions such as the UNESCO World Heritage site, Mahabodhi temple, and the Bodhi tree.
Hyatt Place Bodh Gaya is developed as the space for today’s multi-tasking traveller seeking a moment of introspection with each room offering a glimpse of the famous Mahabodhi temple, delivering a fusion of functionality. Apart from the all-day dining restaurant, and The Market, which offers grab-and-go food options, the property is also equipped with a meditation room to help guests in their well-being journey as well as a library lounge to keep the guests informed about the significance of the city and beyond.
“The opening of Hyatt Place Bodh Gaya signifies a pivotal point in our growth plans for Hyatt brands in India. We are excited to be associated with the Saraf Hotel Enterprise and look forward to welcoming guests with an ideal hotel for their stay in the city," Dhruva Rathore, the Vice President of Development for India & South West Asia of Hyatt said.
"We are delighted to introduce the second Hyatt Place hotel in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bodh Gaya, after Hampi. This new property represents our eleventh hotel project with Hyatt and is a testament to our longstanding strategic collaboration for over 45 years," Varun Saraf, Managing Director of Hotels Enterprises said.
The place has 74 thoughtfully appointed guestrooms, an all-day restaurant Gallery Café, The Market, a Meditation Room, a Library Lounge and a Meeting space among other things.