This fall, Hyatt Regency asked travelers for ideas on how to make their business travel experience even better as part of the brand’s It’s Good Not to Be Home campaign. Now in its second year, “It’s Good Not to Be Home” was born from a simple human truth: as much as guests like to be home, they enjoy the freedom to break from routine while traveling.
Hyatt Regency took the top two crowdsourced ideas and then worked with two powerhouse duos to bring them to life:
- Personal trainer Gunnar Peterson and James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and Cronut® creator Dominique Ansel created an in-room food and fitness routine
- Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley paired with tech mogul and businesswoman Randi Zuckerberg created an on-the-go beauty bar
Hyatt Regency debuted these experiences at an experiential event at the brand’s Jersey City property.These experiences, dreamed up by business travelers, will be used for inspiration for future Hyatt Regency experiences and amenities.
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