On Tuesday, September 5, President Rodrigo Duterte unveiled the official marker of the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Bonifacio Global City. Duterte was joined at the ceremony by Metrobank founder and hotel’s owner George Ty. The ceremony coincided with the bank’s 55th anniversary and the awarding ceremony of the 2017 Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Filipinos Awards.
Although the hotel isn’t officially open to the public yet, a strictly no-media-coverage unveiling ceremony of Grand Hyatt Manila was briefly held on Tuesday evening at the hotel’s lobby.
Besides President Duterte, other VIP guests who were given a quick tour around the property included business tycoons and taipans.
The property is located at Veritown Fort in Bonifacio Global City.
Grand Hyatt Manila, a project by Federal Land, Inc. in partnership with ORIX Corporation, claims to be a “destination within a destination” as it is set to capture its guests with picturesque sunset view of the Manila Bay and Makati’s stellar skyline; dining outlets that promise exceptional cuisine; as well as excellent event facilities and entertainment center—all under the brand’s “living grand philosophy.”
The property will have six dining outlets, 10 event facilities, and 7 VIP rooms, and at one of th hotel’s top floors, an entertainment center that will featur live music and performances.
Towering right beside the 66-storey opulent hotel is the equally luxurious Grand Hyatt Residences, a high-rise condominium that features two-bedroom and four-bedroom units, and offers full access to the facilities and services of the Grand Hyatt Manila.
Grand Hyatt Manila and Grand Hyatt Residences is situated at the New York-inspired Veritown Fort, a mixed-use development by Federal Land Inc. One of the leading property developers in the country is a subsidiary of GT Capital Holdings Incorporated.
According to its website, the hotel will open during the second half of 2017.