MONTREAL, April 3, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Hyatt Regency Montreal was honoured last week by the Grand Prix du tourisme quebecois for its innovation and excellence in hospitality. In its 26th year, the Grand Prix du tourisme québecois honoured industry professionals in the Greater Montreal region for their efforts in making Montreal a world-class destination.
The recent renovation has allowed Hyatt Regency Montreal to elevate the guest experience and reposition the hotel as the hotel of the arts in the Quartier des spectacles. Some of the new features include a multi-screen Hy-Wall in the new SIX Resto Lounge that displays video art from local artists, also operates as a large television, and is able to project live shows directly from the festivals adjacent to the hotel. The hotel also features an Enomatic wine system in its wine bar that allows guests to taste up to 24 exclusive wines by the ounce. This automated self-serve system requires two elements: a card that can be purchased at the front desk and a thirst for fine wines.
In his acceptance speech, Raymond Soumako, the General Manager, thanked his associates, the owners (Pandox), and the designer (Therese Virserius), for making the award possible.
About Hyatt Regency Montreal
Hyatt Regency Montreal is a full service 4 diamond hotel located downtown in the heart of Quartier des spectacles, the city's cultural district, and features 605 guestrooms and suites, more than 35,000 square feet of function space including two outdoor terraces, a pavilion and a innovative stunning ballroom. The hotel has recently completed an eleven million dollar renovation including the lower and upper lobby areas, restaurant, lounge, and the addition of a beautiful new wine bar. For additional information and reservations, please call (514) 982-1234 or visit www.montreal.hyatt.com.
Image with caption: "The brand new SIX resto lounge (CNW Group/HYATT REGENCY MONTREAL)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20120403_C2549_PHOTO_EN_11858.jpg
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Christopher Marilley, CMP
Hyatt Regency Montreal