Hyatt Launches New Spa Web Site

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts has announced the unveiling of a new web site, [www.hyattpure.com], which will illustrate Hyatt Pure's rare approach to authentic, culturally rich spa experiences at over 70 destinations worldwide. The site has photos, links to treatment menus, and a spa search feature. Visitors to the site have the choice to view the content in three different modes, each offering different music selections, images and color schemes. According to Scott Seed, director of resort marketing for Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, North America, "The sights and sounds of hyattpure.com provide a true sense of what guests can expect from our award-winning collection of spas." Guests may access the site to locate a spa in their area, plan upcoming travels, view special offers and promotions, purchase Hyatt Pure gift certificates good for treatments, and read about Hyatt Pure news and plans for future destinations, and coming soon, purchase spa products through the [email protected] store.

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