Together by Hyatt Launches Event Experience Guides

Hyatt Hotels has unveiled Together by Hyatt’s new Event Experience Guides, designed to be a one-stop-shop for meeting planners. The online platform has resources such as menus, sustainability practices, wellbeing experience options, event spaces, guest room type details and more.

The new Event Experience Guides offer customized property-specific planning resources including:

  • Real-time information available 24/7, streamlining the communication between property teams and meeting planners
  • A user-friendly interface that showcases all information planners could possibly need, such as venue photography, capacity charts, detailed floor plans of event spaces and preferred vendor options
  • Curated food and beverage menus unique to each location, including local and responsible sourcing, plant-forward choices, seasonal flavors and balanced portions
  • “Sustainability Fact Sheets” customized by hotel, highlighting how they are addressing climate change and water conservation, waste and circularity, besides responsible sourcing
  • Access to well-being specialists through videos available for meetings and events
  • Event Success Guidelines and technology resources which include the Hotel Resource Guide, providing an event planner FAQ

“The Event Experience Guide ... invites planners to easily explore our suite of tools and inspiration on their own terms,” said Jack Horne, global head of sales and revenue, Hyatt. “We reached a milestone in our recovery with group rooms revenue fully recovered to 2019 levels in the fourth quarter with rates 15 percent above 2019, a testament to our customers prioritizing in-person interaction and connection. Looking ahead, as of year-end, group room revenue for the full year of 2023 was pacing 21 percent ahead of last year for Americas full-service management with record lead volumes in January, higher than any month last year.”

Event Experience Guides are available at select U.S. properties, including Grand Hyatt, Hyatt Regency, Andaz, Park Hyatt, Thompson Hotels and Hyatt Centric brands. By July 2023, it is expected to roll out to JdV by Hyatt, Destination by Hyatt, Alila and The Unbound Collection by Hyatt branded properties in the U.S. Hyatt hotels in the EMEA region are likely to be updated by year-end, with Hyatt Place and Hyatt House properties following suit in 2024.

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