Hyatt Regency Sydney unveils fancy new Regency Club

The sophisticated club lounge follows the recent launch of the hotel's expansive events venue on the same level, The Upper Deck.

Following the recent launch of its expansive event space The Upper Deck, Hyatt Regency Sydney has unveiled its brand new Regency Club, a swanky space on the 11th floor of the 878-room hotel.

Available exclusively to guests staying in a Regency Club room or suite, as well as World of Hyatt Globalist and Lifetime Globalist members, the club lounge is a sophisticated space which offers personalised service and extra benefits such as exclusive check-in, dedicated concierge service, complimentary continental breakfast, and evening canapés and complimentary beverages.

Bathed in natural light, with large bi-fold windows that look out to views of Darling Harbour and the city skyline, the space is decked out with high-quality fittings and luxurious décor and has all the mod-cons including high-speed WiFi and conveniently placed power outlets near all seating.

Hyatt’s philosophy of ‘Food Thoughtfully Sourced. Carefully Served’ extends to the ever-evolving Regency Club menu. Each morning, a Regency Club chef will prepare made-to-order eggs, omelettes and breakfast favourites, using premium produce from local suppliers. In the evening, a rotating menu with a mixture of seasonal hot and cold options will be on offer, complemented by handpicked Australian wines, popular beers and spirits and mixers.

“The opening of Regency Club further cements our continuous effort to enhance the hotel product and showcase the elevated service and experiences provided to guests and World of Hyatt members,” Hyatt Regency Sydney general manager Jane Lyons said.

“The opening of the Club shortly follows the launch of The Upper Deck, which is located on the same level with an outdoor terrace that can host up to 200 guest for cocktail style meetings and events, whilst taking advantage of our pristine Harbour views.”

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