Himalayan News Service
Kathmandu, January 5
Hyatt Regency Kathmandu (Taragaon Regency Hotel Ltd) has been awarded as one of the top ten tourist service fees (TSF) contributor in Nepal in 2003.
Sarbendra Nath Shukla, minister for culture, tourism and civil aviation presented the award to Harinder Singh, general manager of Hyatt Regency Kathmandu during the fifth anniversary of Nepal Tourism Board (NTB).
Inspite of the regional instability and growing concern of global safety and security, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu has been able to contribute to the tourism industry, states a press release.
The team at Hyatt Regency Kathmandu has expressed hopes that through collective endeavour, in similar fashion, would help to successfully accomplish the goals in the years to come.
There are 208 Hyatt hotels and resorts around the world, which are managed by two separate companies. Subsidiaries of Hyatt International Corp operate, manage or franchise 87 hotels and resorts in 39 countries, with an additional 17 hotels under development. Hyatt Corporation, a separate company and its subsidiaries operate, manage, franchise or lease 121 hotels and resorts in the US, Canada and Caribbean.