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Award further strengthens competitiveness of Seoul MICE Alliance partners

Grand Hyatt Seoul named among “World’s best Hotels in Asia”

Grand Hyatt Seoul has been chosen as one of the best hotels in Asia by Travel + Leisure, a leading travel magazine with more than 4,790,000 readers worldwide.

Every August, Travel + Leisure holds its “World’s Best Awards” program, creating a definitive list of the world’s top hotels, cruise lines, airlines, car rental agencies, outfitters, cities and islands, as voted by its readers. Travel + Leisure completed its list of the “World’s Best Awards 2011” and Grand Hyatt Seoul was honored to have been named among the “World’s Best Hotels in Asia”. This award is even more meaningful given that Grand Hyatt Seoul was the only Korean hotel on the list, ranked 23 of the 25 best hotels in Asia.

The Seoul Tourism Organization (STO) applauds the efforts of Grand Hyatt Seoul, a member of the Seoul MICE Alliance (SMA). The STO and the city of Seoul operate the SMA, a partnership between government agencies and private-sector organizations, formed to enhance the city’s global MICE competitiveness. By working with SMA partners such as the Grand Hyatt Seoul, the STO aims to better promote Seoul’s convention infrastructure and MICE advantages to buyers around the world.

Grand Hyatt Seoul’s ongoing devotion to quality service and development has been recognized by business travelers worldwide, as validated by this award from Travel + Leisure. Located in the heart of the nation’s capital and set amidst the beautiful environs of Mount Namsan, the 601-room Grand Hyatt Seoul has served as a landmark for visitors and residents alike since opening in 1978.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is a leading global hospitality company with a proud heritage of making guests feel more than welcome. Thousands of members of the Hyatt family strive to make a difference in the lives of the guests they encounter every day by providing authentic hospitality.

The Seoul Tourism Organization (STO) is a joint venture launched by the city and private enterprises in February 2008 with a core mission to promote Seoul as a convention and tourism destination. The Seoul Convention Bureau, a division of the STO, is the official government-sponsored body representing and promoting the city overseas as a prime venue for meetings, conventions and exhibitions. The SCB is in charge of international marketing and public relations for Seoul as a convention city.

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