One of the reasons Beauty and the Bump loves to travel is to take a break from our sometimes-hectic lives. Whether it is a weekend or a week we understand the importance of having the freedom of veering away from our daily routines because frankly, sometimes “It’s Good Not to Be Home”. Hyatt Regency understands this too, and wanted to find ways to make travelers experiences and stays at Hyatt Regency properties better.

With one simple questions asked this fall Hyatt Regency was able to use the answers to this question to bring forth innovative, and fun experiences for their travelers. To bring these ideas to life, personal trainer Gunnar Peterson and James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and Cronut® creator Dominique Ansel were used to create an in-room food and fitness routine.

Personal trainer Gunnar Peterson debuts his hotel creation that he developed in partnership with Dominique Ansel dreamed up by business travelers as part of the Hyatt Regency “It’s Good Not To Be Home” campaign. Photo Credit: Mansueto Ventures
Personal trainer Gunnar Peterson debuts his hotel creation that he developed in partnership with Dominique Ansel dreamed up by business travelers as part of the Hyatt Regency “It’s Good Not To Be Home” campaign.
Photo Credit: Mansueto Ventures

For the fashionistas and décor aficionados, fashion designer Cynthia Rowley (love her items), along with tech mogul and businesswoman Randi Zuckerberg to create an on-the-go beauty bar. The latter definitely speaks to me, as I am all about beauty.

 Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley and tech mogul and businesswoman Randi Zuckerberg meet with a guest to talk about their hotel creation – an on-the-go beauty bar – dreamed up by business travelers as a part of the Hyatt Regency “It’s Good Not To Be Home” campaign. Photo Credit: Mansueto Ventures

Fashion designer Cynthia Rowley and tech mogul and businesswoman Randi Zuckerberg meet with a guest to talk about their hotel creation – an on-the-go beauty bar – dreamed up by business travelers as a part of the Hyatt Regency “It’s Good Not To Be Home” campaign.
Photo Credit: Mansueto Ventures

These new experiences were debuted at the Hyatt Regency’s Jersey City property where media was able to see Gunnar’s in-room fitness routines in action, and receive complimentary manicures at the Cynthia Rowley/Randi Zuckerberg beauty bar.

James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and Cronut® creator Dominique Ansel gets a menicure at the on-the-go beauty bar, created by fashion designer Cynthia Rowley and tech mogul and businesswoman Randi Zuckerberg, at the Hyatt Regency “It’s Good Not To Be Home" event. Photo Credit: Mansueto Ventures
James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and Cronut® creator Dominique Ansel gets a menicure at the on-the-go beauty bar, created by fashion designer Cynthia Rowley and tech mogul and businesswoman Randi Zuckerberg, at the Hyatt Regency “It’s Good Not To Be Home” event.
Photo Credit: Mansueto Ventures

The Hyatt Regency “It’s Good Not to Be Home” campaign is in its second year, and is aimed at both consumers and meeting planners, and includes TV, digital, out of home and print media, and social media support, as well as in-hotel activations.  These ideas dreamed up by business travelers through this campaign will be used for inspiration for future Hyatt Regency experiences and amenities.

I don’t know about you, but I am excited to see what improvements the Hyatt Regency comes up with next! Now, I am dreaming about having a service completed at the on-the-go beauty bar.

I will end this post with one question: How can your travel get better?


About Hyatt Regency

The Hyatt Regency brand prides itself on connecting travelers to who and what matters most to them. More than 168 conveniently located Hyatt Regency urban and resort locations in over 30 countries around the world serve as the go-to gathering space for every occasion – from efficient business meetings to memorable family vacations. The brand offers a one-stop experience that puts everything guests need right at their fingertips. Hyatt Regency hotels and resorts offer a full range of services and amenities, including notable culinary experiences; technology-enabled ways to collaborate; the space to work, engage or relax; and expert planners who can take care of every detail. For more information, please visit hyattregency.com.

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  • What a fun media recap with Hyatt. I stayed at a few Hyatts great brand and I am always comfortable for the most part.

  • Aye..shoutout to Jersey! lol Travel would be better with a cocktail welcoming me at the property as soon as I arrive!

  • Ra’Nesha Wilson

    I’ve never stayed at a Hyatt location, but I have heard great reviews about the properties

  • I love staying at the Hyatt. It’s definitely a treat for sure.

  • Kim, I never heard of this program. I will definitely check it out. We have 2 Hyatt stays early next year.

  • Donna Shana

    Hyatt has good prices, And as far as making my travel better????? It’s kinda great right now. I have no complaints

  • Donald Barnett

    Hyatt is a great chain! We stay there when we travel without the kids.

  • Loving all these new changes Hyatt is doing. I would love if I could get to my destination quicker Star Trek style. lol

  • Kirstin

    These amenities aka treats definitely make it worthwhile not to be at home. The Cynthia Rowley beauty bar would definitely make my travels better!

  • Yes Hyatt for new changes. I believe in changing things up a bit to improve an experience. Hmm I love to travel, the hotel process is rather easy these days. I can’t complain.

  • Melissa Velazquez

    I love that they’re keeping with the times and used social media to reach their audience! I look forward to lots of travel in the next 4 years lol and will definitely be looking at Hyatt.

  • Hyatt is on point with its changes. My travel would be better if everyone checked luggage and if I could walk up to a kiosk and get my room key vs. regular check-in!

    • Aren’t they? Speedier check-in would be great.

  • Kemkem

    I definitely agree that it’s good not to be home haha! My travel can maybe be better if the airlines made their economy seats more comfortable 🙂 . It will never happen, so l’m glad there are hotels like Hyatt to make it better !

    • Isn’t it so good to not be home. I think the next 4 years will be good to not be home if you catch my drift lol. I am happy that Hyatt has locations all over the world!