Hyatt Premieres in Bihar with Hyatt Place Bodh Gaya
Hyatt Premieres in Bihar with Hyatt Place Bodh Gaya

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has unveiled the inauguration of Hyatt Place Bodh Gaya, marking the debut of the Hyatt Place brand in Bihar and the ninth of its kind in India.

The hotel's simplistic design aims to cultivate a serene environment and the property boasts proximity to famed landmarks like the UNESCO World Heritage site, Mahabodhi Temple, and the iconic Bodhi tree.

“The opening of Hyatt Place Bodh Gaya signifies a pivotal point in our growth plans for Hyatt brands in India. Bodh Gaya has long been a cornerstone of religious tourism, and we are delighted to foray into the spiritual capital of Buddhism. 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,” said Dhruva Rathore, Vice President of Development, India & South West Asia, Hyatt.

Hyatt Place Bodh Gaya caters ideally to the modern traveler juggling various tasks, providing rooms crafted to offer views of the renowned Mahabodhi Temple, seamlessly blending practicality with a serene atmosphere.

“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. It is our constant endeavor to enhance the guest experience with unique offerings. And at Bodhgaya, we aim to deliver the highest standards of service excellence where our guests can find peace and tranquility in the enlightened land of the Buddha”, said Varun Saraf, Managing Director Saraf Hotels Enterprises.

Beyond its distinctive all-day dining venue and The Market offering quick food choices, the hotel features a meditation room supporting guests in their wellness pursuits and a library lounge and  enlightening visitors about the city's significance and more.

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