Hyatt Regency Sydney: A majestic meeting hotel in the cosmopolitan city of Australia

Hyatt Regency Sydney is one of the newest and the largest upscale hotel in Australia. The hotel has acquired the number one spot on the Cvent’s list of top meeting hotels in the Asia Pacific for two consecutive years. The 892-room hotel is a perfect abode for corporate travellers with its proximity to Australia’s leading convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct – International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney.

Let’s read about the key features that make this hotel an ideal venue to host business events.

Prime Location

Located in the heart of Sydney’s Central Business District, Hyatt Regency Sydney enjoys a premium location right adjacent to the world’s largest natural harbor – Darling Harbour. It takes only about 20 minutes to reach the hotel from the Sydney Airport. Besides being well-connected with all public transport, the hotel stands within walking distance to museums, art galleries, iconic theatres and luxury shopping hubs including the Pitt Street Mall. Some of the city’s best local attractions such as the Queen Victoria Building, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and the Wildlife Sydney Zoo are also at a stone’s throw from the hotel.

Hyatt Regency Sydney was launched in 2017. The hotel team wanted to spread the word about its newly re-branded property to win lucrative MICE business – and that’s when they partnered with Cvent. Malcolm Zancanaro, General Manager, Hyatt Regency Sydney, recently shared how Cvent has become a perfect partner in contributing to the success of the property. Here’s a small video of the same.

Hyatt Sydney Testimonial

“We’ve had a lot of success in the last few years and I would say a great part of it is attributed to our partnership with Cvent. We’ve been able to reach the right customers and have been able to engage with them in a very efficient, productive and fruitful way.”

– Malcolm Zancanaro, General Manager, Hyatt Regency Sydney

Quintessential Meetings Space

One of the main highlights of Hyatt Regency Sydney is that the property is particularly tailored to deliver exceptional meetings and events. The hotel features 21 meeting rooms spread over 3,700 square metres of flexible event space, including the two spacious ballrooms that offer spectacular views of the stunning Darling Harbour.  Each ballroom can accommodate over 1,000 attendees in a cocktail style seating. All the meeting rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual services and are illuminated with natural daylight.

Exceptional Gastronomic Experience

Hyatt Regency Sydney provides an unforgettable culinary experience at Sailmaker, it’s the signature restaurant that serves Sydney’s freshest seafood using locally sourced produce from New South Wales. Head to the Zephyr Skybar for relishing exotic cocktails while watching the splendid sunset in the city skyline. Guests and event attendees can also enjoy some of the globally inspired dishes and drinks in a beautiful décor setting at Jackalberry. Those who wish to savour a quick coffee, quiet glass of wine or evening cocktail can visit the Lobby Lounge that offers tapas inspired menu and light breakfast options. The hotel also boasts one of the Sydney’s oldest surviving pubs – Dundee Arms.

In addition to the above, Hyatt Regency Sydney offers excellent amenities such a concierge, laundry, free internet access and other business services. Event attendees can expect a comfortable stay at the hotel without compromising on their daily workout routine by accessing the 24X7 fitness centre. The Regency Club Lounge at the hotel provides unparalleled personalised service. It offers complimentary continental breakfast, evening canapés, complimentary beverages, Club boardroom access and an exclusive check-in.

For more information on Hyatt Regency Sydney, visit Cvent Supplier Network

Written by Ashima Jain

Ashima started her writing career with a startup magazine where she wrote content for all its digital channels. During her journalism days, she has contributed stories for some of the top media houses. She has over 3 years of experience in communications and public relations where she was heavily invested in writing digital content for technology brands. When she takes a break from writing, she loves dancing, listening to music and being a globetrotter.