From Carmel to Canberra, Hyatt is pleased to announce that its luxury brand, Park Hyatt Hotels, has been ranked as the number one business hotel in Conde Nast Traveler`s - 2002 Business Travel Awards survey, as reported in the October issue.
“This award is an honor and it further enhances Park Hyatt`s commitment to providing our guests with the finest service, accommodations and guest recognition program around the world. With 18 Park Hyatt Hotels, this accolade is a true testament that Park Hyatt provides memorable experiences to our guests,” says Ed Rabin Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer, Hyatt Hotels Corporation.
In addition to its 5-Star luxury services, products and accommodations, Park Hyatt offers some key points of distinction: a repeat-guest recognition program, which records guests` likes and dislikes; and Park Hyatt Hotel`s frequent guest program, Gold Passport. Hyatt`s Gold Passport program provides guests with many privileges including personal recognition, exclusive benefits and services, and exciting travel awards.
Hyatt is the only major international hotel chain to extend its name brand to the 5-Star level successfully. Park Hyatt Hotels is a small group of luxury hotels that prides itself on personalized service, sense of place and exceptional cuisine. Only 18 of the 205 Hyatt Hotels and Resorts around the world bear the elite Park Hyatt name. Currently, Park Hyatt Hotels are located in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia; Hamburg; Johannesburg; Baku; Tokyo; Madrid; Paris; Mendoza, Argentina; Chicago; Toronto; San Francisco; Los Angeles; Carmel, California; Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Beaver Creek, Colorado.