HYATT REGENCY HOTEL RETURNS TO SYDNEY


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Travellers to Sydney, as well as locals, will be pleased to learn that at midnight on 30 November 2016 the Four Points by Sheraton hotel at 161 Sussex Street, will be rebranded to Hyatt Regency Sydney, marking the Hyatt Regency brand’s return.

Following a significant $250 million redevelopment and refurbishment, Hyatt Regency Sydney will enjoy an unparalleled location in the Sydney Central Business District adjacent to Darling Harbour, providing the perfect setting for corporate, leisure plus meeting and hyatt-gh_med_1events programs. This expansion will also include a new 24 storey tower and 222 additional guestrooms, making Hyatt Regency Sydney the largest upscale, full service hotel in Australia with a total room count of 892. Additionally, the hotel will introduce a 272 seat all day dining restaurant and will also feature the only hotel rooftop bar in Sydney and a Regency Club lounge with stunning panoramic views of the harbour.

“We are thrilled to bring the Hyatt Regency brand back to Sydney,” said David Udell, group president-Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation. “Hyatt hotels have been operating in Australia for more than 30 years, providing a solid foundation for future growth in what is a dynamic market. This hotel will resonate with business and leisure travellers alike and furthermore, we believe this hotel will be a leader in providing outstanding exhibition and function spaces so meeting planners can enable attendees to have a great experience.”

There are more than 160 conveniently located Hyatt Regency urban and resort locations in over 30 countries around the world.

Sandra Tiltman

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