Two downtown Denver Hyatts, the Grand Hyatt Denver and Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, will spend a combined $10 million to renovate their meeting space, the hotels announced last week.
At the Grand Hyatt Denver, which has 516 guest rooms and over 52,600 square feet of meeting space, the focus of the renovation is on modernization. Spanning the hotel's Grand (pictured) and Imperial ballrooms, and numerous meeting rooms located on two interconnected levels, updates will include new floor and wall coverings inspired by Denver's urban grid, the addition of natural materials and dark walnut millwork, new custom light fixtures, refreshed elevator lobbies, and new statement door entries designed to create a sense of arrival in foyer areas.
"Grand Hyatt Denver features innovative design and a dramatic, exciting atmosphere. We create spectacular events, and we look forward to welcoming our new and returning guests to our renovated event and social spaces," said General Manager Mark Stiebeling.
Nearby, at the 1,100-room Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, renovations will give the hotel's 60,600 square feet of meeting space a "Colorado sense of place" with new furnishings and décor reminiscent of the Rocky Mountains.
"At Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, we create energizing experiences by connecting guests to who and what matters to them most," said General Manager Ed Bucholtz. "We look forward to welcoming our customers to meet in our new space, where they will find innovative design that will complement both business and social gatherings."
The properties, which combined have 113,000 square feet of meeting space, including four large ballrooms, did not announce a completion date for the renovations.
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