SANTIAGO, Chile and LIMA, Peru
Hyatt Hotels opened two new properties in South America. The Hyatt Centric Las Condes Santiago and the Hyatt Centric San Isidro Lima mark the Hyatt Centric brand's entry into these two South American countries.
“We are thrilled to announce the openings of Hyatt Centric Las Condes Santiago and Hyatt Centric San Isidro Lima, which put guests at the center of the action and encourages exploration and discovery in two of the main gateway cities in South America,” said George Vizer, senior vice president, Americas franchise operations, Hyatt.
Hyatt Centric Las Condes Santiago offers 166 guest rooms featuring a high-style, eclectic design and modern furnishings with local Chilean craftsmanship. Floor-to-ceiling windows give skyline views of the center of Santiago's financial district, locally known as “Sanhattan."
Its signature restaurant, Talbó Brasserie, presents upscale, authentic Chilean cuisine with a French influence. The hotel features a rooftop bar and outdoor pool as well as 7,100 square feet of meeting and event space.
The first Hyatt hotel in Peru, Hyatt Centric San Isidro Lima is located near global corporations, foreign embassies, notable restaurants, Huaca Huallamarca archaeological site, and Bosque El Olivar public park.
The hotel features 254 guest rooms featuring artwork and design celebrating renowned Peruvian artists like Pool Guillen, Manuel Figari and Perci Zorrilla.
The hotel's signature restaurant, Isidro Bistro Limeño, is a Peruvian-French bistro concept created uniquely for the hotel by Corporate Executive Chef Carlos Testino in collaboration with Grupo Aramburu.
The Hyatt Centric San Isidro Lima features Celeste Solar Bar, a rooftop lounge space with city views and more than 5,900 square feet of meeting and events space.
“We're proud to work with Hyatt to introduce the Hyatt Centric brand in Chile and Peru,” said Eduardo Ariztía, chief executive officer, Talbot Hotels S.A. “We are confident our two newest hotels will stand out among the competition and deliver great hospitality experiences in Santiago and Lima.”