Saturday, October 21, 2017

Hyatt Regency Sydney, the center of celebrations this New Year’s Eve

Following a $250 million transformation, the property aims to give local, interstate and international travellers a new incentive to visit Sydney’s iconic Darling Harbour this festive season.

This New Year’s Eve, Hyatt Regency Sydney is at the center of celebrations, boasting the only hotel rooftop bar in the city with breathtaking panoramic views of Darling Harbour. The open-air bar, set to open in late December, is a destination for superior viewing of Sydney’s world class New Year’s Eve fireworks.

Hyatt Regency Sydney is already taking bookings for its brand new 24-storey tower and 222 additional premium guestrooms from 27th December and beyond.

Whatever the time of year, Hyatt Regency Sydney is the place to stay for event, business and leisure travellers looking to make the most of being away.

“Hyatt Regency Sydney’s unparalleled location in the Sydney Central Business District adjacent to Darling Harbour provides the perfect setting for corporate, leisure and meeting and events programs. Following a $250 million redevelopment and refurbishment, Hyatt Regency Sydney is positioned to become the best conference and event destination in Sydney for conference organizers locally and globally,” said Malcolm Zancanaro Hyatt Regency Sydney general manager.

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