Meet the new Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country

Savor the romance and charm of a Tuscan villa set in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country at HyattVineyard Creek Hotel.

Savor the romance and charm of a Tuscan villa set in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country at HyattVineyard Creek Hotel.

 Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country proudly debuted a rustic chic sanctuary set on eight acres, featuring 90 additional guest rooms and a complete redesign of 40,000 square feet of event spaces, the lobby, and all other public areas.

As part of the rebrand, the new Hyatt Regency name is the company’s upper-upscale brand delivering everything guests need to make meaningful connections. Hyatt Regency also launches a new Brasserie restaurant in late October featuring Sonoma County-influenced farm-to-fire dishes alongside custom barrel aged cocktails and a standout list of wines by the glass and bottles.

Centrally located in the heart of Sonoma in Downtown Santa Rosa’s Historic Railroad Square, the property brings a casually elegant and locally-driven destination to wine country. An effortlessly chic retreat, Hyatt’s new design features earthy colors and textures and natural accents. The lobby showcases timeless interior design with handcrafted details, rustic touches and eclectic layering of wood tones, brushed metals and woven textures.

As an extension of the lobby, the function spaces are also distinctive and inviting with bronze, iron and seeded glass. The suites highlight warm tones of olive, wheat and linen while the guest rooms combine soft gold and cream colors intended to represent the splendor and comfort of the autumn countryside.

Paying homage to Sonoma’s quintessential lifestyle, Hyatt’s new design reflects our authentic appreciation for the land, rolling hillsides and striking sunsets.
— General Manager John McAuliffe

Chef Rene Jakushak will cook contemporary California rustic cuisine for all meal times, including breakfast, which will feature an extensive Buffet in addition to a la carte offerings.

The dinner menu will include appetizers, shared plates and select entrees, such as Petaluma Farms Angry Eggs featuring three spicy deviled eggs with tomatillo sriracha and smoked paprika; Panko Breaded Dungeness Crab Bricks with white truffle, apple and celery root salad, Meyer lemon and chipotle pepper aioli; Lobster, Tomato, Smoked Mozzarella Arancini with Sherry cream sauce; Almond Crusted Salmon Fillet with quinoa pilaf, garden vegetables, avocado, oven roasted tomatoes and lemon-thyme cream; and Grilled Rib Eye Steak Frites with crispy garlic fingerling potatoes, roasted cippolini onions, garden vegetables, and port wine sauce; among others.

Lead Bartenders Jonathan Grady and Sarah Boryszewski helm the beverage program creating custom barrel aged cocktails ($10-15) with a twist highlighting spirits, such as bourbon for a Manhattan; tequila for an Old Fashion; gin for a Negroni; and vodka for a Cosmo; among others. Between 6-10 cocktails at a time are available on tap after being aged for 30-90 days.

Meticulously designed, the new chic and upscale Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country property offers a sanctuary where guests may relax poolside under a grapevine covered arbor, sip wine under the stars beside a 10-foot crystal fire pit or enjoy the manicured floral gardens. Set along a beautifully designed creek walk, Hyatt visitors are located within 20 minutes of over 200 Sonoma wineries and just steps away from downtown Santa Rosa, where boutiques, antique shops, wine bars, tasting rooms, and dozens of unique restaurants await.