Hyatt Regency Trinidad, located on the Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago, has completed its four-phase renovation of guest rooms, dining areas, lobby, spa, and all common areas.
The hotel now has 423 rooms with 15 suites, including the Presidential and Diplomat Suites. Its color scheme reflects the warmth of the people of Trinidad and local artists were commissioned to provide art pieces throughout the hotel.
"We consistently work to make updates and additions to our hotel in an effort to ensure that guests are experiencing our passion for quality, innovation, service, and the creation of a caring environment for our customers, associates, and the community we serve," said General Manager Russell George. "This renovation was a necessary step to launch the hotel into its next decade of service."
The hotel's 43,000 square feet of flexible event space was given a total refresh with new furniture and a cohesive color scheme throughout. The venue's column-free Regency Ballroom spans 16,000 square feet. There is also a 10,000-square-foot multipurpose facility with translation facilities for international meetings, along with twelve banquet size conference rooms.
Hyatt Regency Trinidad has taken its recent renovation as an opportunity to update other areas of the hotel as well: Spa Esencia added a relaxation room; there is the newly refurbished, contemporary Caribbean restaurant, Waterfront; and the hotel's Lobby Lounge, featuring views of the Gulf of Paria, has been refurbished.
"We find it important to listen to the demands of our guests and update things accordingly to fit their needs" said Ronan Doherty, Hyatt Regency Trinidad's food and beverage director. "We took the renovation to do just that and focused on those little changes that make a big difference."