Xmas in July Comes To onenineone This Year!


It’s Christmas in July season and the Hyatt Regency Johannesburg’s restaurant is joining in on the celebrations with their very first #HyattXmas sumptuous starlit market stalls in July. Expect lots of international cuisine, carols, cheer and wine!

Mid-Year Festivities Come To onenineone!

Thoughtfully put together, the Hyatt Regency Johannesburg’s restaurant, onenineone, brings the city their very first Xmas in July celebration! It’ll be a memorable evening complete with an array of traditional food from various countries across the globe, including Germany, France, India and many more. And to complement to delicious food, there’ll also be Waterford Estate wines as well as hand-crafted gin from Whitley Neill to delight your taste buds. Talk about eating, drinking and being merry!

And as if that wasn’t enough to get you into the festive spirit, there’ll also be Christmas carols and a dazzling Christmas tree which will add a little more cheer to the already merry atmosphere. Also, keep an eye out for falling snow as you stroll through the many different stalls, humming to your favourite holiday songs. It sounds like such a lovely Xmas in July experience!

Book Your Spot Now

If you’d love to join in the festivities at this wonderful celebration, make sure you book your spot by emailing nadia.bekker@hyatt.com. It’ll cost R450 per person. As for the important details, here they are:

Date: Friday July 20, 2018

Time: From 17:30 to 22:00

Dress code: Dress warmly

Venue: The Hyatt Regency Johannesburg, onenineone, 191 Oxford Road, Rosebank, Johannesburg.

For More Information

For more information about this special celebration, visit johannesburg.regency.hyatt.com, email nadia.bekker@hyatt.com or call 011 280 1234.

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