The Denver Tech Center's only Four Diamond hotel, the 451-room Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center, will commence a $5 million renovation this month, scheduled for completing early next spring, it announced this week.
As part of the renovation, the hotel's pre-function and public spaces will be enhanced with warm wood and stonework details, inspired by Colorado's landscape.
In the lobby, meanwhile, new technology will expedite the check-in process and eliminate the need for a traditional front desk. Instead, associates will check guests in using mobile devices, including iPads.
Finally, the hotel will introduce a new restaurant, Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen. A gastro pub serving food and beverage from local purveyors, specializing in Colorado craft beer and spirits, it will offer several private dining spaces for groups of 10 to 30 people.
"These improvements as a result of our $5 million renovation will maintain our competitive edge as a premier hotel for upscale business travelers and groups in the state and in the west," said General Manager Scott Mason. "We are eager to debut our contemporary new look to both first-time visitors and loyal repeat guests, who will find the same level of service that they have come to expect from Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center."
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