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Seeing Stars

Hyatt's Michelin-Starred Restaurants in the Spotlight

For a restaurant, receiving a Michelin star represents an incredible badge of honor. This distinguished group now includes four dining destinations within Hyatt Privé hotels – each representing a remarkable culinary experience worth traveling for.

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New & Noteworthy

Hyatt Centric Kanazawa

Located next to the well-connected Kanazawa railway station, Hyatt Centric Kanazawa is the perfect launchpad for exploring the unique heritage of Kanazawa and the surrounding Hokuriku region. The city is renowned for its well-preserved, Edo-era architecture, as well as its regional handicrafts and innovative modern art museums, like the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art. Settle into one of Hyatt Centric Kanazawa’s 253 contemporary rooms and suites, filled with natural light and adorned with works by local artists. When you’re not busy exploring Kanazawa’s captivating tapestry of culture, art, and cuisine, the hotel’s restaurant and rooftop bar beckon with signature dishes hot from the grill, creative craft cocktails, and unparalleled views of the beautiful city below.

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Kanazawa’s cultural treasures include the enchanting Kenroku-en, regarded as one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. While you wander, look for the Kotoji-tōrō, a two-legged stone lantern that has become the garden’s most recognizable symbol.

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Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu

Welcome to Kota Kinabalu, the gateway to Sabah in Borneo, East Malaysia. At the heart of this charming coastal city, we’re thrilled to introduce Malaysia's first Hyatt Centric hotel, Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu. Step out onto famous Gaya Street for a leisurely coffee break, then explore Sabah’s expansive collection of islands from nearby Jesselton Point pier. After a full day of bird-watching, island-hopping, or even white water rafting, return to a relaxing retreat in one of the hotel’s 222 spacious rooms and suites, with private balconies boasting splendid views of lush Signal Hill or the shimmering South China Sea. Ascend to the 23rd floor to visit chic ON23 Sky Bar, where you can sip craft cocktails infused with Bornean ingredients, delight in fine wines, and savor light gourmet fare. Adjacent to the bar, double infinity-edge swimming pools mirror the stunning natural landscape of Sabah, giving you the sensation of swimming amidst nature.

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The modern Asian cuisine at ON22 Restaurant is a foodie’s delight. Choose a Malaysian classic like Nasi Lemak or – if you’re feeling bold – the Signature Lamb Shank Rendang is a daring fusion of local and traditional flavors.

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Hyatt Centric Park City

Hyatt Centric Park City is your all-season base camp for alpine adventures. Here among the majestic Wasatch Mountains, embark on endless outdoor activities from scenic summer hikes and mountain biking, to winter sports like skiing and snowboarding. Discover the transformation of Park City, Utah – once a silver mining boomtown, now a world-class destination for entertainment and shopping, centered on a charming Main Street. Designed to feel like your home away from home, Hyatt Centric Park City offers 103 deluxe guest rooms and spacious lifestyle residences with up to four bedrooms. Fuel up on locally-sourced comfort food at Escala Provisions Company Restaurant & Bar, or wind down year-round at the heated outdoor swimming pool.

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There’s more to winter in Park City than hitting the slopes. Take a scenic sleigh ride up the mountain to the Viking Yurt for a six-course, fine dining experience with wine pairings at their rustic, Nordic restaurant. For a fun, family-friendly alternative, Snowed Inn Sleigh Company offers horse-drawn sleigh rides ending in a Western-style dinner with live music.

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Hyatt Centric The Woodlands

Classic Texan hospitality welcomes you at Hyatt Centric The Woodlands. Only thirty minutes north of Houston, The Woodlands is a buzzy shopping district and a destination in itself. Enjoy direct access from the hotel to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, an open-air amphitheater, and Market Street, home to 70+ high-end stores, dining experiences, and entertainment. Cast a line in Lake Woodlands or relax in any of the area’s abundant parks and green spaces. Return to your home base at Hyatt Centric The Woodlands, relaxing in one of the 72 boutique rooms and suites – including suites with private patios overlooking lively Market Street or The Pavilion. The hotel’s second-floor outdoor terrace is a serene place to escape at any time of the day, offering a lush infinity pool, bubbling hot tub, and inviting communal fire pit.

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Explore The Woodlands’ winding waterways, connecting the town center to Lake Woodlands to the west. A short walk from the hotel, Riva Row Boat House has kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, swan boats, or even water bikes available for rental.

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Hyatt Regency Sydney

Nestled along the picturesque shores of Darling Harbour, Hyatt Regency Sydney is where urban energy and tranquil luxury meet. Now part of Hyatt Privé, this extraordinary hotel offers travelers a refined, relaxed port-of-call in the center of Sydney’s dynamic Central Business District. From its prime position on the harborfront, the hotel invites easy exploration of the CBD’s many iconic attractions, from renowned theaters and museums to the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Hyatt Regency Sydney is the city’s largest hotel, with 878 well-appointed guest rooms and suites, boasting exquisite views of the city or Darling Harbour below. Enjoy a taste of far-flung cultures and cuisines at Jackalberry, while the hotel’s cozy Dundee Arms pub preserves a piece of Sydney’s maritime past. Let Hyatt Regency Sydney be your gateway to a great Australian adventure.

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Catch a spectacular fireworks display over Darling Harbour, every Saturday evening at 9:00 p.m. Even better? Reserve a table at Zephyr, the hotel’s chic rooftop lounge, to enjoy the show in sky-high style.

Experience

You have arrived

Impressions Isla Mujeres by Secrets, Mexico

Leave the crowds at Cancún International Airport far behind as a private driver promptly whisks you away to the town marina. Soon, you’re guided on board a sleek catamaran by a team of smiling staff. As they raise the sails and pull up the anchor, you feel something start to shift. Those emails, that yard work, the “to do” list… wait, what was on that again? Doesn’t matter. Your destination is Isla Mujeres, and the journey itself is one you’ll never forget.

“Your experience starts before you even arrive,” explains Michelle Raoult, Director of Sales at Impressions Isla Mujeres by Secrets. “From the color of the water to the inviting atmosphere of the island, it is on the journey there that guests start to disconnect with life back home and connect instead with the destination.”

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Located off the coast of Cancún, Mexico, Isla Mujeres is an island paradise renowned for its powdery-soft sand beaches and incredible marine life. As Raoult explains, the resort takes an active role in protecting this incredible natural environment. “We are not only a beautiful hotel, we are a hotel with purpose,” she says. Beyond previewing the endless privileges included in your all-inclusive stay, the journey from Cancún to the resort offers a glimpse at the significant conservation efforts underway.

“As you sail toward the island’s southern tip, curious sea turtles pop up to the surface and wave ‘hello.’ You may even spot a number of local fishermen out in the bay, many of whom work with the resort in partnership with the Saving Our Sharks Foundation, to protect local species like whale sharks and manta rays,” says Raoult.

With Cancún’s impressive skyline fading behind you, the smaller buildings and colorful homes of Isla Mujeres come into sharper focus. Arriving at the dock, you’re greeted by your personal butler and offered a signature drink – the final welcoming touch before being shown to your beautiful suite.

You have arrived. Now you may never want to depart.

Experience

Khmer Culinary Culture

Park Hyatt Siem Reap, Cambodia

From lush, ancient ruins to modern, lively cities, there is plenty to see and explore in Cambodia. Serving as the gateway to the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat temple complex, Siem Reap is no stranger to visitors seeking meaningful adventure – not to mention, delicious food. As Cambodian villages wake with the sunrise, a visit to the morning market greets you with fragrant herbs and spices. Guided by a local insider, sample the juicy fruits offered by friendly sellers, then continue on your mission: procuring a few key ingredients for a classic Khmer breakfast.

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Considered Cambodia’s most quintessential dish, Num Banh Chok is more than a daily comfort food. Making these iconic, lightly-fermented rice noodles is a cherished responsibility passed down by generations. Witness the careful work of soaking the rice, grinding it into a paste with stone mills, then rolling the dainty, millimeter-wide rice noodles. You’ll find many variations of Num Banh Chok across the country, usually doused in a creamy, coconut-based curry alongside aromatic herbs and seasonal vegetables. Wherever you go, the dish is typically served in a traditional ceramic bowl. During a visit to Khmer Ceramics and Fine Arts Centre, you’ll explore the ancient pottery techniques still used by today’s tradesmen to produce these hand-crafted bowls. Countless unique experiences await at Park Hyatt Siem Reap, offering a rare glimpse into the customs and culinary traditions of the Khmer people.

Edition 12

In this edition of the GM’s Corner, we turn our attention to Maui, where our Hyatt hotels continue to welcome guests with “aloha.” We spoke with two of our Hyatt general managers to find out what makes this much-loved island so magical. Tune in as they share the spirit, sense of community, and a few hidden gems they’ve discovered on the Pacific island paradise they call home.

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Recognizing Travel Professionals

World of Hyatt's Game-Changing Rewards

Starting January 1, 2024, World of Hyatt is unveiling a host of updates tailored to reward travel professionals, offering new opportunities to elevate your rewards.

At the heart of these changes is the opportunity for you to earn rewards when your clients stay with us. You will soon earn 2 qualifying night credits toward tier status for every $5,000 USD (up to $150,000) spent on all eligible room rates each year at participating hotels and resorts when booked on Hyatt.com, the Hyatt Privé website, or booking a Hyatt Privé rate.

Milestone Rewards will now be even more rewarding. There are options at each milestone, so you can choose benefits that work best for you or, if you prefer, gift them to your team members as a thank-you or to clients for those extra-special trips. Starting after 20 qualifying nights and continuing for every additional 10 qualifying nights—up to a new higher limit of 150 nights—Milestone Rewards can include points for free nights, exclusive access to Club lounges, suite upgrades, and Guest of Honor awards, and wellbeing experiences.

You can even give someone you care about (including yourself) the Globalist experience for up to 7 nights with the Guest of Honor Award when you reach 40 Tier-Qualifying Nights.

These updates were designed to make the job of a travel advisor even more rewarding. Your valuable role in shaping unforgettable travel experiences with Hyatt is deeply appreciated, and we are committed to demonstrating our gratitude for your loyalty. We appreciate your business and the lasting personal connections we all create with travelers worldwide.

So mark your calendar for January 1, 2024 and visit this page to learn more.