柏悦酒店采用独具匠心的定制设计，将精巧建造与低调奢华完美融合，为世界各地眼光独到的宾客们精心打造一个“家外之家”。长沙柏悦酒店位于长沙国金中心 2 号塔楼的 54 -63 层，酒店设计巧妙融合当代艺术风格和高端奢华的时尚格调，为宾客构建了一座城市中心的休憩之所，让他们即使处于活力十足的黄金商圈，也能在舒适安静的环境中俯瞰整座城市的绝佳景色。
“我们很高兴能与凯悦携手将全新的柏悦酒店带入长沙国金中心。秉承着‘创建明天’的理念，长沙国金中心总投资额已超人民币 200 亿元，我们还不断引进驰名世界的奢华品牌，让长沙国际金融中心成为华中地区光芒璀璨的一颗钻石。全新的长沙柏悦酒店将成为我们优秀的伙伴，我们预期更多高端时尚的品牌将纷至沓来。”九龙仓集团主席兼常务董事吴天海表示，“我们相信柏悦酒店的加入将会进一步提升长沙国金中心和长沙这座城市的奢华体验。”
长沙国金中心是位于长沙市中心黄金地段的超高层大型城市综合体，设有一座超大型综合商场以及两座包含甲级写字楼与两家顶级奢华天际酒店的超高层塔楼，已然成为本地居民和外来游客购物、餐饮、娱乐、生活方式体验、文化交流的一站式优心之选。坐落其间的长沙柏悦酒店交通位置便利，两条地铁线在此交汇，驱车 30 分钟可达长沙南站，距长沙黄花国际机场也只需 40 分钟的车程。
柏悦酒店为追求品位的环球旅客精心打造风格独具且宾至如归的奢华体验。柏悦酒店的尊贵宾客可在精致的环境氛围中享受优雅周到和个性化的服务。坐落于世界闻名的旅行目的地，柏悦酒店采用独具匠心的定制设计，将精巧建造与低调奢华完美融合。每一间柏悦酒店均配备有齐全的设施、陈设讲究的客房、备受赞誉的艺术品收藏、难得一见的沉浸式餐饮体验以及由名厨主理的经典特色餐厅。目前，凯悦集团旗下共有 45 家柏悦酒店，分别位于阿布扎比、奥克兰、曼谷、比弗克里克、北京、布宜诺斯艾利斯、釜山、堪培拉、长白山、卡尔斯巴德、金奈、芝加哥、多哈、迪拜、广州、汉堡、杭州、海德拉巴、伊斯坦布尔、吉达、京都、马尔代夫、墨尔本、门多萨、米兰、莫斯科、纽约、宁波、二世古、巴黎、西贡、三亚太阳湾、首尔、上海、深圳、暹粒、圣基茨、苏州、悉尼、东京、多伦多（装修中）、维也纳、华盛顿、桑给巴尔和苏黎世等城市。
凯悦酒店集团总部位于美国芝加哥，是全球著名的酒店集团。截至 2021 年 6月 30 日，凯悦在全球六大洲超过 68 个国家和地区共经营管理 20 个品牌，拥有 1,000 余间酒店、全包酒店及度假村和康体度假村。凯悦的信念是“关爱每一个人，让他们尽善尽美显真我”。这一信念是凯悦所有商业决策和发展战略的基础，同时也是吸引行业内的优秀人才、与宾客建立长久的关系、竭尽所能为投资人创造价值的基础。凯悦酒店集团的子公司运营管理、特许经营、拥有、租赁、开发、授权以及提供服务于包括柏悦酒店（Park Hyatt）、Miraval、君悦酒店（Grand Hyatt）、阿丽拉（Alila）、安达仕酒店（Andaz）、凯悦臻选（The Unbound Collection by Hyatt）、凯悦悠选（Destination by Hyatt）、凯悦酒店（Hyatt Regency）、Hyatt、凯悦乐家（Hyatt Ziva）、凯悦奇乐（Hyatt Zilara）、Thompson Hotels、凯悦尚萃酒店（Hyatt Centric）、Caption by Hyatt、凯悦尚选（JdV by Hyatt）、凯悦嘉寓酒店（Hyatt House）、凯悦嘉轩酒店（Hyatt Place）、tommie、逸扉（UrCove）以及Hyatt Residence Club 等著名品牌的酒店、度假村、公寓、分时度假项目、健身及SPA场所，更有凯悦天地忠诚顾客计划为会员提供精彩体验与专享礼遇。
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