San Diego Padres Announce “2010 Grand Hyatt Grand Slam” Promotion, Sponsored by the Waterfront Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego

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This San Diego Padres 2010 promotion will have fans saving up to $5,000 on food, drink, guest rooms, spa treatments, fitness club memberships, weddings and most everything else available at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. It’s part of the “2010 Grand Hyatt Grand Slam,” a promotion that rewards Padres fans with 50 percent off expenditures of up to $10,000 at the waterfront Hyatt when they present a ticket from a home game won by the Padres with either a walk-off home run or a grand slam. Fans will save 30 percent at the Hyatt when they present a ticket from any victorious Padres home game and 10 percent when they present a ticket from any home-game lost by the Padres.

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San Diego Waterfront – A San Diego Padres 2010 promotion will have fans saving up to $5,000 on food, drink, guest rooms, spa treatments, fitness club memberships, weddings and most everything else available at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. It’s part of the “2010 Grand Hyatt Grand Slam,” a promotion that rewards Padres fans with 50 percent off expenditures of up to $10,000 at the waterfront Hyatt when they present a ticket from a home game won by the Padres with either a walk-off home run or a grand slam. Fans will save 30 percent at the Hyatt when they present a ticket from any victorious Padres home game and 10 percent when they present a ticket from any home-game lost by the Padres.

A walk-off home run is a home run that ends the game because it gives the home team the lead in the bottom of the final inning of the game (and consequently, the win) —either the ninth inning, or any extra inning, or any other regularly scheduled final inning. Because the teams walk off the field immediately afterward, it is called a "walk-off" home run. A grand slam is a home run hit when all three bases are occupied.

Padres fans can visit GrandHyattGrandSlam.com for more information and to register to win a Grand Hyatt Grand Slam Weekend: a two night stay in a premium-view guestroom at Manchester Grand Hyatt, breakfast for two adults each day at Lael’s Restaurant, one 60-minute couple’s massage at Kin Spa and a Padres promotional gift package. Hyatt will do three drawings this season.

Within walking distance of PETCO Park, the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego is located on the Gaslamp Quarter’s waterfront. It is the city’s largest hotel and it includes Redfield’s Sports Bar, Top of the Hyatt sky lounge, The Grand Lobby Bar, Sally’s Seafood on the Water, Lael’s restaurant, Redfield’s Deli, Ann Marie’s Coffee House, Kin Spa (with a full service salon) and the Eldredge Fitness Center. The Hyatt will extend these discounts for qualified Padres tickets beginning the day after a ticket’s game-date and carrying through to December 30, 2010.

“The entire team at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego is excited and proud to be partnering with the San Diego Padres, our downtown neighbors,” noted the hotel’s General Manager, Ted Kanatas. “The Grand Hyatt Grand Slam Derby provides savings for Padres fans in every area of the hotel, from Kin Spa to Sally’s Seafood on the Water, and much more.”

An example of big savings would be $5,000 on a wedding, explained the hotel’s Marketing Director, Kelly Commerford. “When the Padres win by a walk-off homer, or a Padre hits a grand slam, every ticket holder at that game has 50 percent discount on drinks, meals, rooms –or a wedding too –up to $5,000 off a $10,000 bill.”

Commerford noted that the hotel staff has created internal scoreboards to stay abreast of the Padres latest home runs and to be fully prepared to welcome celebrating Padres fans throughout the Hyatt.
Early indicators are that Padres fans will be enthusiastic about the Grand Hyatt Grand Slam and the Padres other 2010 promotions. At February’s Padres 2010 FanFest in PETCO Park, a record 12,000 fans turned out, greatly surpassing the previous one-day FanFest record of 7,000.

According to the Society for American Baseball Research, Jimmie Foxx, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial, Frank Robinson and Babe Ruth hold the Major League Baseball career record for walk-off home runs with 12. Major League Baseball’s career grand slam leader is Lou Gehrig (23), followed by Manny Ramírez (21).

Terms & Conditions: Offer valid 4/12/10 through 12/30/10. Discounts may only be taken from transactions occurring after the day of the game. Discounts may be applied to any ONE (1) of the following transactions at Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego: Guest Rooms, Sally’s Seafood on the Water, Lael’s Restaurant, Redfield’s Sports Bar, Redfield’s Deli, Ann Marie’s Coffee House, Top of the Hyatt, Grand Lobby Bar, Kin Spa, Pool Bar & Grill and Local Catering Events (weddings, holiday parties and social events). Additional conditions apply to Local Catering Events. See complete terms and conditions at http://www.grandhyattgrandslam.com. Hyatt reserves the right to alter or withdraw this program at any time without notice. Hyatt Hotels & Resorts® encompasses hotels managed, franchised or leased by subsidiaries and affiliates of Global Hyatt Corporation.

About the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego: Located on the Gaslamp Quarter’s waterfront, the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego overlooks San Diego Bay and many rooms offer spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean too. This urban resort defines San Diego’s skyline and is comprised of two stylish towers, the 33-story Seaport Tower and the 40-story Harbor Tower, the latter of which is 497-feet tall, making it the tallest building on the west coast waterfront. Connecting the two towers is a four-story building that boasts a rooftop pool with a 25,000 square-foot deck. The stylish Hyatt includes 95 one-and-two-bedroom suites, Kin Spa with full-service salon with private pool, tennis courts, bay-view pool and deck, a fitness center and several award-winning restaurants and lounges –most all overlooking the bay. It is adjacent to Seaport Village, near Horton Plaza and convenient to San Diego International Airport, San Diego Zoo and Sea World. For more information, call (619) 232-1234 and visit http://www.ManchesterGrand.Hyatt.com.

About Hyatt Hotels Corporation: Hyatt Hotels Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is a leading global hospitality company with a proud heritage of making guests feel more than welcome. Thousands of members of the Hyatt family in 45 countries strive to make a difference in the lives of the guests they encounter every day by providing authentic hospitality. The company’s subsidiaries manage, franchise, own and develop hotels and resorts under the Hyatt®, Park Hyatt®, Andaz™, Grand Hyatt®, Hyatt Regency®, Hyatt Place® and Hyatt Summerfield Suites™ brand names and have locations under development on five continents. Hyatt Vacation Ownership, Inc., a Hyatt Hotels Corporation subsidiary, develops and operates vacation ownership properties under the Hyatt Vacation Club® brand. As of December 31, 2009, the company’s worldwide portfolio consisted of 424 properties. For more information, please visit http://www.hyatt.com

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Grand Hyatt San Diego Padres PromotionThe Manchester Grand Hyatt San DiegoSouthern California's largest hotel, the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego defines the city's skyline. The hotel is comprised of two stylish, waterfront buildings, the 40-story Harbor Tower (left) and the 33-story Seaport Tower, and a four-story building linking the towers. Featuring a rooftop pool and a 25,000 square-foot deck, this building is the hotel's main entrance, an elegant, soaring porte-cochere that creates a magnificent sense of arrival and sets a tone of prestige. The pool deck overlooks San Diego Bay and Coronado Island. It features two whirlpools, several cabanas, a bar, a snack shop, a fire pit, and a stage. Its website is www.manchestergrand.hyatt.com and the phone number is (619) 232-1234.Sally's Seafood on the Water at the Manchester Grand Hyatt San DiegoThe patio at Hyatt's fine-dining restaurant, Sally's Seafood on the Water - about which the San Diego Union Tribune reported: "Sally's offers quintessential San Diego patio dining. Every table has a view of the marina, with gulls flying above bobbing pleasure craft, the passing parade of folks strolling along the waterfront sidewalk, and stunning sunsets." The Top of the HyattSan Diego locals say, "If you have visitors in town and don’t take them to the Top of the Hyatt, shame on you." San Diego’s downtown offers no better view than is found at the Top of the Hyatt on the 40th floor of the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, the tallest building on the West Coast waterfront. The panoramic views: to the west is over San Diego Bay, Coronado and the Pacific Ocean, south to Otay Mountain and the hills of Baja, Mexico, northwest to Point Loma and north to La Jolla’s Mt. Soledad. In the foreground are the Gaslamp Quarter, Petco Park and the city skyline. San Diego Padres