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Malene Rydahl

Malene Rydahl

corporate communication, EAME

Malene Rydahl joined Hyatt in 2006. As Director of Corporate Communications for Europe, Africa, Middle East (EAME), her responsibilities include developing and implementing public relations, corporate communications and media relations initiatives for Hyatt and its brands in the region. A native of Denmark, Malene spent the past 19 years living in Paris. Before coming to Hyatt, she has represented such luxury brands as Paris department store Le Bon Marché (LVMH) and Alfa Romeo.


January 8, 2015
Hyatt Thrive

Thrive Thursday: Hyatt Regency Paris Étoile Brings Christmas to Its Community

The holiday season is a time of giving, so Hyatt colleagues from Hyatt Regency Paris Étoile teamed up with the city hall of the 17th district of Paris, organizing a very special Christmas dinner for people in need.

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Wine and More (174)

October 13, 2014
Food & Beverage

Wine and Dine at Café M

For us here in Chicago, it officially time to say a bientôt to summer and farewell to dining outside during the long, warm evenings…

But do not despair! Hyatt Paris Madeleine has the perfect solution for to spend those autumn nights: sampling gourmet wine and food at its renovated wine bar, Café M.

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Le Campus 5

September 30, 2014
Hyatt Regency

Le Campus Shakes Up Traditional Hotel Meeting Space

In a world where guests’ homes and even workplaces are more connected than ever, you shouldn’t be expected to leave that all behind when you travel. Hyatt Regency Paris-Charles de Gaulle is helping keep its guests connect to whom and what matter most with an entirely new, more flexible events and meeting space concept known as “Le Campus.”

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September 23, 2014
Travel Tips

Top Beauty Brand Comes to Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme

If you have stayed at Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme, you know that it offers the best in luxury spa services. But now guests have even more options for pampering themselves beacuse the hotel has teamed up with Kure Bazaar to open ‘Suite 601 – The Nail Suite.’

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Pearly Room Andaz Liverpool Street

August 28, 2014
Andaz, Art & Design

Andaz Celebrates Local Art and Culture in London

We love Andaz for its commitment to inspiring experiences that reflect the local neighborhoods. So in London, we’re especially in love with Andaz Liverpool Street‘s Room with a View bespoke street art series inspired by the culture of the local area. The hotel is now offering guests an artistic experience in four of their Large King guest rooms where each room features work from a different artist and their individual interpretation of East London’s past, present or future.

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August 4, 2014
Travel Tips

Summer Destinations: What to Do This August in Nice, Cannes, London & Moscow

It’s summer time! As the temperatures rise and the sun continues to shine throughout Europe, we checked in with our teams in Nice, Cannes, London and Moscow to see what was going on in their area this August.

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July 21, 2014
Hotel Openings & Development

Students Compete to Redesign the Historic Hotel du Louvre

Exciting news from Paris!

Our colleagues at the Hotel du Louvre – Paris, a Hyatt Hotel have teamed up with École Camondo – the Parisian product design and interior architecture school – to restore the iconic hotel back to its original grandeur. The theme chosen for the school’s fourth year student projects was hotels, which gave Hyatt with a rare opportunity to collaborate with 53 final year students on a unique design project.

Over the course of twelve weeks, the students came up with their concepts and produced detailed plans for a refurbishment of numerous areas, including the hotel’s lobby, restaurant and bathrooms. This was no straightforward task! The students had to develop fresh ideas to create a timeless, refined and contemporary atmosphere for the hotel, while also highlighting the historical beauty of the structure and respecting its iconic Parisian features. Every last detail was considered from room layout to furnishings to materials to define the look and feel.

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