The Hyatt brand holds a presence across over 50 countries and offers more than 550 hotels, resorts, and residences, under 10 different labels. It can all easily get confusing.
I hope to regularly offer you a chance to gradually discover their principal labels through my site.
Today I present to you Hyatt Regency Hotels.
Hyatt Regency comprises a complete array of hotels, with individual properties offering a range of services and restaurant options designed to respond to the specific needs of large gatherings, business travelers, and vacationers.
Hyatt Regency allows each client, whether they are staying on business, leisure, or to celebrate an event, to feel productive and refreshed. The properties, numbering at 200 with more than 2,000 rooms, enjoy privileged locations in cities, suburban areas, airports, and destinations for assemblies and establishments all over the world. The Hyatt Regency’s line of conference hotels offer numerous facilities for gatherings and conferences according to the number of rooms available and the level of demand.
Clients of the conference hotels often come as part of a group, gathering, or conference ranging in size from small to large. The hotel’s business clients are, of course, individuals who travel for business.
The vacation-themed properties are prepared to respond to the needs of couples looking to escape, families who enjoy spending their vacations together, and company groups in search of a laid-back atmosphere for conducting business affairs and meetings.
Laurent Delporte, an editor and conference speaker, is a strategic expert in the sector of hotels. A visionary, he brings his unique look on hotels in service to the decision-makers in the industry, whether to enhance the development of new projects or strategic visions.
Laurent has visited and audited over 350 hotels across the world and also participates in mystery visits to provide quality control for the world’s finest hotels.