Hyatt Regency Dubai charges into cyberspace

The hotel has launched a dedicated web site that enables customers to book rooms online, take virtual tours of its restaurants and read up on Dubai.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  April 22, 2003

Hyatt Regency Dubai has extended its customer services to the internet. The hotel’s recently launched web site — — enables potential customers to book rooms online, take virtual tours around its restaurants and read up on the city’s tourist attractions.

“This web site will prove a valuable addition to anyone that wants further information on our hotel,” says Stefan van der Kruyf, director of marketing, Hyatt Regency Dubai. “Now guests and local residents alike can find out about our four restaurants and also see our renowned meeting and banqueting halls just by logging on,” he adds.

The web sitehas been designed to the Hyatt Regency’s standardised templates and is hosted in the US. However, local personnel manage much of the online content, including the site’s virtual restaurant tours.

“You can take a number of virtual tours around the hotel, including a tour around Focaccia, our famous Mediterranean restaurant. There is also a photo tour that showcases all the five star facilities that hotel guests and members can take advantage of,” comments van der Kruyf.

As the local site evolves more information on local services will be added. Eventually customers will be able to book tables at the hotel’s restaurants.

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