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BEN breaking news – Hyatt Regency back to Sydney

Hyatt Regency to take over Four Points by Sheraton Sydney

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has overnight revealed the Hyatt Regency brand will return to the Sydney market in Q4 of 2016, taking over management rights of the Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour.

Hyatt Regency Sydney will launch at midnight 30 Nov 2016, with Hyatt Hotels Corp saying the move coincides with an uptick in demand in the Australian market for business, MICE and leisure travel. 

Group president David Udell said Hyatt was “thrilled” to work with M&L Hospitality to revive the Hyatt Regency brand in Sydney.

“This hotel will resonate with business and leisure travellers alike, and furthermore, we believe this hotel will be a leader in providing outstanding exhibition and function spaces so meeting planners can enable attendees to have a great experience,” Udell said.

Four Points by Sheraton, Darling Harbour is currently under redevelopment and refurbishment, with a new 24-storey tower to add an extra 222 rooms. Once the $250 million overhaul is complete, the property will offer a total room count of 892.

 

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