Hyatt Regency Santa Clara Announces Appointment of New Executive Chef

According to General Manager Dania Duke, Martin Alcala has recently been appointed Executive Chef forHyatt Regency Santa Clara.

Chef Martin Alcaka

A graduate of California School of Culinary Arts, Chef Alcala joined Hyatt Hotels and Resorts in 2001 at the Hyatt Regency Irvine as a Cook. He held several positions at Hyatt Regency Irvine, including Chef de Partie and Banquet Sous Chef until transferring to Hyatt Regency Long Beach in 2007 to become the Executive Sous Chef.

Most recently Martin was the Executive Chef at the Hyatt Regency Santa Barbara before accepting the Executive Chef position at Hyatt Regency Santa Clara.

About Hyatt Regency Santa Clara — Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the luxurious Hyatt Regency Santa Clara is attached to the Convention Center and right across the street from California’s Great America Theme Park. The contemporary accommodations feature sweeping views of the valley, Hyatt Grand Beds™, Wi-Fi and Internet access and oversized work desks. The hotel features three inviting dining options, including Tuscan cuisines, classic American or fresh sushi. As a world-class, technology meeting destination, Hyatt Regency Santa Clara offers expert catering and meeting planners, a 24-hour business center and extensive function space to accommodate the attached Santa Clara Convention Center. For more information visit,

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