The Scoop on Hyatt Regency Sydney’s Launch Party

Amy Bryant

Hyatt Regency Sydney celebrated its official launch party recently in the stunning Grand ballroom overlooking Sydney’s Darling Harbour.

The launch event showcased dynamic live cooking stations featuring freshly shucked Oysters, French Champagne, seafood and dessert delights prepared by Hyatt Regency Sydney’s Chefs.

Guests were treated to a stunning light and laser projection show along with entertainment led by MC, singer and radio personality, David Campbell backed by The Gerard Masters Band. Guests were enthralled by Arial artists, Debonair, followed by a stunning dessert reveal served in a VW Kombi van.

Hyatt Regency Launch event

The 1000 seat Grand Ballroom played host to 300 guests from Government including The NSW Minister for Planning, Honorable Anthony Roberts, The NSW Minister for Land and Forestry, Honorable Peter Toole, Destination NSW CEO, Sandra Chipchase and local and international Press, Media and Corporate partners around Australia.

Speaking and in attendance was Hyatt’s CEO and President, Mark Hoplamazian.

“Hyatt Regency Sydney is a key flagship hotel within our portfolio. I’m delighted to see we’ve already been able to meet the needs of Sydney’s growing Meetings and Events market. True to the Hyatt Regency brand essence, Hyatt Regency Sydney is quickly becoming a go-to gathering place in the city – a central and dynamic location where guests can relax, connect, engage and recharge.”


The $250 million hotel redevelopment and refurbishment led by owners M&L Hospitality has positioned Hyatt Regency Sydney as the leading conference and event destination in Sydney for conference organisers locally and globally.

Hyatt Regency Sydney offers the perfect balance of business and pleasure with sophisticated state-of-the-art meeting rooms and ballrooms, distinguished all-day dining, a stylish and contemporary lobby bar and Regency Club Lounge. These revitalized interiors offer hospitable spaces to conduct business or simply relax and rejuvenate while taking in the best of Sydney’s Harbour views.