The world's first-ever Hyatt Regency hotel, the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, has commenced a $60 million renovation encompassing its lobby and guest rooms, it recently announced.
The downtown hotel, which opened in 1967 on Atlanta's famed Peachtree Street, has 1,260 guest rooms and 180,000 square feet of meeting space, including Georgia's largest ballroom. Already underway, its transformation begins in the lobby, which will be updated with a new front desk, full-service restaurant, bar and grab-and-go market. It continues with the hotel's main entrance — which will be updated with new marble columns, an expanded front drive and a new, larger revolving front door — and concludes with the guest rooms in its Atrium Tower, which will be redesigned with new wall covering, drapes, artwork and bathroom finishes.
"Hyatt Regency Atlanta has played an integral role in Atlanta for more than 40 years, serving as a central gathering place for local Atlantans and a meeting venue for travelers across the globe," said General Manager Joe Hindsley. "This major transformation speaks to our commitment to ensure the hotel continues to be an innovative destination for years to come."
For more information about the hotel and its latest renovation, visit www.hyatt.com/gallery/atlrarenovation.