Many folks are making plans to go home for the holidays and there’s no place like home. But there are times when it’s good not to be home. Hyatt Regency hosted an event to show why “It’s Good Not To Be Home”, their campaign in its second year. Hyatt Regency tweeted asking travelers how to make their business travel experience better and they used the contest winners’ ideas to inspire collaborations between some of the most creative people in their industries. The event had live art murals showing all the different ways its good not to be home. In-room food and fitness routines created by personal trainer Gunnar Peterson and James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and Cronut® creator Dominique Ansel were featured at the event. Gunnar Peterson poses in front of 4 different workouts with different focuses. They are written in handy cards you can follow easily.
On the go beauty treatments dreamed up business travelers that inspired fashion designer Cynthia Rowley and tech and business entrepreneur Randi Zuckerberg were experienced by event guests.
I love my artistic nail art mani. The event was held at the Hyatt Regency in Jersey City, NJ with the beautiful New York City skyline as the backdrop.
Do you know what’s another great idea? Partying in comfy plush slippers!!!
True VIP status means skipping the CRONUT line!
Looking at my lovely new lashes 😉
Dominique Ansel enjoys some r&r.
Shaking up my fitness routine with a quick workout that can be done in your hotel room. Fun!
Gunnar Peterson, Dominique Ansel, Cynthia Rowley and Randi Zuckerberg collaborated with Hyatt Regency and Fast Co. to bring great ideas to life. The event gives you a hint of what’s to come for fortunate business travelers who experience how it’s good not to be home.