Hyatt Centric brand debuts in New Delhi

The 224-room property features 4,830 sqm of meetings and events space, making it one of the largest in Delhi National Capital Region.

The 224-room Hyatt Centric Janakpuri New Delhi offers 4,830 sqm of events space.
The 224-room Hyatt Centric Janakpuri New Delhi offers 4,830 sqm of events space. Photo Credit: Hyatt

The opening of the 224-room Hyatt Centric Janakpuri New Delhi marks the brand’s debut in the capital city. It is conveniently located adjacent to the Janakpuri West Metro and the District Center, making it accessible to both leisure hot spots as well as the main commercial centre of the city.

The hotel offers an expansive 4,830 sqm of flexible meeting and event spaces, which makes it one of the largest in Delhi National Capital Region (NCR). Able to accommodate up to 2,500 guests at one go, the event spaces comprise both indoor and outdoor venues to allow for flexible planning of activities.

Hyatt Centric Janakpuri New Delhi is a hotel for “curious-minded, modern-day explorers who want to be at the heart of the action”, says GM Shikha Singh.

It features contemporary architecture and interiors and offers a modern hospitality experience. The all-day dining restaurant, Kitchen District, has three main areas – each with its unique aesthetics. The first area’s design is inspired by Iranian cafés with a contemporary Middle Eastern and Indian look; the second is a multipurpose space that blends a traditional and modern ambience; and the third area is a private dining venue.

Each guestroom includes bath amenities exclusively designed for the hotel, locally made and organic. The Maati products, produced by SR Herbal Luxury, are cruelty-and paraben-free and are made with Indian neroli and bergamot.

Aligned with the Hyatt Centric brand ethos, SR Herbal Luxury’s vision is to support local artisans, with a focus on women-owned businesses, and ayurvedic and herbal practices.

In addition, the hotel has collaborated with Gulmeher, a women’s collective of wastepickers-turned-artisans who handcraft eco-friendly items out of recycled materials and discarded flowers. The hotel is also working with the company to upcycle its used linen into branded hotel gift bags.



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