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HYATT KEY WEST IS UNDAMAGED BY ANDREW: EXTENDS SPECIAL OFFER TO HURRICANE VICTIMS

 HYATT KEY WEST IS UNDAMAGED BY ANDREW:
 EXTENDS SPECIAL OFFER TO HURRICANE VICTIMS
 KEY WEST, Fla., Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- It's business as usual at the Hyatt Key West Resort & Marina, a southern Florida property that was unscathed by Hurricane Andrew. In fact, the hotel is even offering some comfort to hurricane victims by extending its "Kids Eat Free" offer to the public.
 The hotel is offering a special "Kids Eat Free" program, which was formerly limited to hotel guests, to victims of the hurricane. When two adults order entrees in Nick's Bar and Grill or Nicola's Seafood Restaurant, up to two children may select items from the children's menu free of charge.
 "So many people in the region north of Key West suffered. This is just a small way to help ease some financial burdens," said Ernst Bacher, general manager of the Hyatt Key West Resort & Marina.
 "We've been surprised by the European press coverage and the American impression that we were devastated by Hurricane Andrew. The reports of our demise have been greatly exaggerated, as Mark Twain might have said. We sustained absolutely zero damage. We even had local phone service throughout the storm," said Bacher.
 "We want to get the word out to travel agents and the travelling public that we are open for business, as usual. While some of our neighbors to the north suffered damage, we did not."
 The intimate hotel, located on the Gulf of Mexico, has three restaurants; a marina with wave runners, snorkeling, parasailing, fishing and scuba diving; a fitness facility with free weights, treadmill, stationary bicycle, Stairmaster, aerobics and massage; and on-site bicycle and moped rentals.
 The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Old Town. A number of special promotions and packages are available including the "Sunshine on Sale" fourth night free program beginning Sept. 7. Promotion information and reservations may be obtained by contacting Hyatt at its toll-free number: 800-233-1234.
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 /CONTACT: Deborah M. Bernstein or Susan Petri of Hyatt Resorts Caribbean, 212-972-7000/ CO: Hyatt Resorts Caribbean ST: Florida IN: LEI SU:


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