SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa has presented its menu of Texas-inspired outdoor teambuilding experiences for 2022.
The activities include everything from surfing competitions and beach volleyball tournaments to the “Canvas, Corks, and Countrysides” painting class.
“We are excited to kick off the new year with a variety of fun and exciting teambuilding experiences our meeting and event attendees can enjoy year-round,” said Michael Hrabovsky, director of sales, marketing and events. “As many planners are continuing to look for ways to spend time outdoors, these activities are a great way to mix up the program and help attendees to connect while fully enjoying our beautiful location here in the Texas Hill Country.”
One activity features a surfing competition on the resort’s Flowrider wave simulation machine. In this activity, attendees receive instruction from the resort’s team followed by private access to the machine. Groups can also arrange volleyball tournaments at the resort’s beach court, or a ping pong tournament at the adjacent Henry’s Hollow.
The resort provides several activities focused on relaxation and wellbeing including the “Canvas, Corks, and Countrysides” art class where attendees can paint the Hill Country landscape. Guests can also attend a Blend Bar event at Windflower Spa and take home a customized body scrub of their own creation. Planners can also arrange private yoga sessions or 5K runs or walks around the resort’s grounds.
Additionally, groups can choose from a variety of golf teambuilding experiences at the onsite Hill Country Golf Club, a 27-hole Arthur Hills-designed course. The golf club features group tournaments and clinics as well as less conventional activities such as glow-in-the-dark putt-putt, frisbee golf, speed golf, and all-sport golf where participants use a variety of sporting equipment such as hockey sticks and soccer balls to play a round.
With more than 100,000 square-feet of flexible meeting spaces, the resort features several open-air venues including the Luckenbach Pavilion, an outdoor covered patio overlooking Hill Country Golf Club; Independence Lawn, a outdoor space with a limestone terrace; Henry’s Hollow, which offers a ‘rustic glamping-style’ set-up with lights strung from native oak trees; the Courtyard Deck surrounded by giant oak trees; and several other options. Groups can also select Rogers-Wiseman Pavilion, an enclosed permanent tent featuring floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides allowing natural lighting and open space while showcasing the outdoor scenery, as well as three ballrooms for indoor functions.