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Hyatt to Cease Operating Hyatt Regency Auckland

Hyatt of New Zealand Limited to Cease Operating Hyatt Regency Auckland

AUCKLAND (December 21, 2010 ) – Following the recent sale of Hyatt Regency Auckland, it has been decided between Hyatt of New Zealand Limited and GPR Hotels Limited, the new owning company, that effective midnight of January 20, 2011, Hyatt will no longer manage the Hotel and Residences.

For twenty six years, Hyatt Regency Auckland has provided excellent service to its customers and cared for its valued associates. The hotel is committed to ensuring that employees, guests and relevant stakeholders are provided with support and guidance during this transition.

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts will continue to manage Hyatt Hotel Canberra - A Park Hyatt Hotel, Park Hyatt Melbourne, Park Hyatt Sydney, Grand Hyatt Melbourne, Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove, Hyatt Regency Perth, and Hyatt Regency Coolum in Australia.

Additional questions about the hotel in Auckland may be directed to the owning company.

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