WHO: Nestled in the Monterey Pines minutes from scenic Route 1 awaits Hyatt Regency Monterey. Here, guests will uncover an authentic Monterey experience: energized and inspired by the area’s coastal beauty, 22-acres of grounds yearning to be discovered and an abundance of on-site experiences to keep everyone entertained. Unique for every visitor, Hyatt Regency Monterey is a destination to discover your passions, the outdoors and each other—a place where you escape to connect. Features include 560 guestrooms including 32 suites, and the President’s house, Knuckles Sports Bar, Central Coast Provisions, a 3,000 square foot fitness facility, spa, tennis courts, pools and whirlpools. The hotel is located at 1 Old Golf Course Road in Monterey, California. For information call (831) 372-1234 or visit https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/california/hyatt-regency-monterey-hotel-and-spa-on-del-monte-golf-course/mrydm
WHAT: Embracing a “have dog, will travel” philosophy, Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa encourages dog-loving guests to forgo the pet sitter and point the car toward Monterey.
Special touches aren’t restricted to just people. Here, our furry friends are welcomed and spoiled with the Monterey Mutts program.
The hotel announces the addition of two new dog suites. What’s more, the hotel will donate all of the $100 per-pet fee to Max’s Helping Paws Foundation, a Monterey County nonprofit that believes financial circumstance should never decide a companion pet’s fate. Because of that, Max’s Helping Paws Foundation reduces economic euthanasia, surrender and suffering of severely ill or injured pets by providing pet owners assistance with the costs of urgent medical care. The promotion is valid through December 2021.
A reservation for either pet suite includes special “suite treats” for furry friends to live it up in the lap of luxury. Guests can expect a cozy pet bed, a bowl and local organic treats. What’s more, pampered pooches have access to The Barking Lot, an exclusive Hyatt play zone for dogs and their well-behaved owners.
Whether unwinding poolside, sharing a round of golf on a legacy course or greeting the sunrise in downward dog pose, Hyatt Regency Monterey invites guests to take a timeout from their normal lives. To appreciate the beauty all around them. To savor the small things. To cherish the company of others.
It’s in these moments that guests find the space to reconnect — to nature, to relationships, to the rich history of Monterey and to their passions. It’s where guests escape to connect.
WHEN: Launch Date Tuesday, October 13th
CHARITY PARTNER: Max's Helping Paws Foundation (MHPF) was co-founded in 2016 by Dyana Klein and her husband and veterinary internist, Dr. Jonathan Fradkin, in memory of their pet, Maximillian.
The foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that supports all Monterey County veterinary practices to provide financial assistance to clients with pets in need of both critical short-term or longer-term care for chronic illness. Since it first started providing financial assistance in mid-2017, MHPF has approved more than $300,000 in financial assistance, and has helped hundreds of pet families give their pets a second chance. MHFP is based in Monterey County and serves only Monterey County. Max’s Helping Paws Foundation (831) 704-6473 [email protected]
Marci Bracco Cain
Salinas, CA 93901