Hyatt to open extended stay property in Japan

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Japan: Hyatt Hotels is set to bring its Hyatt House brand to Kanazawa, in Ishikawa Prefecture.

The property, which caters to extended stay guests, is described as be something of a trial run for the are, to see if it can attract tourists, specially from abroad, who will stay for more than the current average of three or four days.

Hyatt House Kanazawa will have around 90 units with an average area of 40 square metres. Each will be equipped with a kitchen, laundry machines and home appliances.

Hyatt launched the Hyatt House brand in 2012 and operates 78 of the serviced apartment complexes globally. The company plans to open 11 more by the end of the year. The average length of stay at the hotels is five to seven days.


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