Hyatt Regency Mumbai shut 'until further notice'; no funds for salaries

The Hyatt Regency hotel is owned by Asian Hotels (West)

Hyatt Regency Mumbai shut 'until further notice'; no funds for salaries

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New Delhi, June 7

Global hospitality firm Hyatt Hotels Corporation has suspended operations at Hyatt Regency hotel in Mumbai, and said the property will remain closed till further notice.

"As a result of no funds forthcoming from Asian Hotels (West) Ltd, the owner of Hyatt Regency Mumbai, to sustain the operations of the hotel, a decision has been taken to temporarily suspend all operations for Hyatt Regency Mumbai," Sunjae Sharma, Vice President and Country Head - India, Hyatt said in response to a query from PTI.

The hotel will remain closed until further notice, he added.

Sharma, however, did not provide any details on since when funds have not been forthcoming. The Hyatt Regency hotel is owned by Asian Hotels (West).

"Future reservations through Hyatt booking channels will remain temporarily unavailable," Sharma said.

At Hyatt, "our guests and colleagues are a top priority, and we are working closely with the hotel's owner to resolve this situation," he added. — PTI 

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