Nostalgia: The First Hello Kitty Hotel Is Opening In China In 2024
Photo Credit: Keystone Group

Photo Credit: Keystone Group

Nostalgia: The First Hello Kitty Hotel Is Opening In China In 2024

China , news
Amara Amaryah
Amara Amaryah Jan 20, 2022

The first Hello Kitty Hotel is expected to open in 2024 in Hainan, China as announced by Hyatt Hotels and Hong Kong based Keystone Group. The Sanya Hello Kitty Theme Park Resort will be a theme park, hotel as well as a space for retail outlets. It will be an unforgettable experience filled with entertainment, performances, cuisine and of course, opportunities for shopping.

The internationally known Japanese cartoon character will be the face of the 52 acre theme-park Hyatt hotel. Complete with castles, magical theme-parks, Egyptian-style pyramids and a very own Hello Kitty Sphinx, the hotel is sure to be a global hit for those looking to indulge in the world of the adorable kitty and her fictional friends.

Opening under the JdV by Hyatt brand, the mystical hotel resort will show off the Sanrio universe in a never-before-seen manner. Being the first of its kind, visitors will be able to experience the signature Hello Kitty brand in the perfect blend of adventure and escape. While Hainan, a popular resort island in China, is regularly enjoyed by travelers, this unique resort will provide a chance to experience Hainan culture and international trends in hospitality like never before.

In a press announcement, Chief Executive Officer of Keystone Group, Jeffery Pun, motioned that “Sanya Hello Kitty Hotel will leverage our respective strengths in developing and managing world-class hospitality projects to offer guests a truly unique experience as they unwind and rejuvenate with their favorite Sanrio characters.”

“We look forward to bringing to life well-loved Sanrio characters in this exciting new project, which will retain a unique identity while providing the JdV by Hyatt brand’s signature guest experience that is inclusive, free-spirited and distinguished by heartfelt and joy-driven service,” said Stephen Ho, Hyatt President of Growth and Operations.

Guests can look forward to the second Keystone Group initiative, a Hyatt-branded hotel in Hainan, coming to life in full splendor as soon as 2024.

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