Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Completes $14.5 Million Room Renovation

Southwest Florida’s premier luxury leisure resort debuts contemporary look for the holiday travel season

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The new, smartly designed rooms better complement the resort’s superior offerings, from award-winning cuisine and world-class golf to our 19,000-square-foot spa and state-of-the-art meeting space.

Bonita Springs, FL (PRWEB) November 01, 2012

With the busy holiday travel season fast approaching, Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa is pleased to unveil the results of its $14.5 million room renovation as an early gift to travelers this year. The extensive enhancements, which included a modern makeover of all 454 guestrooms and suites, further help strengthen Hyatt Regency Coconut Point’s long standing as the area’s premier luxury leisure resort. No stranger to the limelight, this AAA Four Diamond resort has accrued a wealth of awards and accolades since opening its doors more than a decade ago. Recent recognitions include Conde Nast Traveler’s Top 121 Golf Resorts in the World in 2012, Travel + Leisure’s Top 100 Hotels in the World in 2011 and Florida Green Lodging’s prestigious Three Palm certification.

“Our room upgrades have helped us to once again raise the bar for hospitality in Southwest Florida,” said General Manager Joe Murgalo. “The new, smartly designed rooms better complement the resort’s superior offerings, from award-winning cuisine and world-class golf to our 19,000-square-foot spa and state-of-the-art meeting space.”

Atlanta-based design firm CMMI turned to the resort’s natural surroundings on the breathtaking Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve for inspiration. The team selected a coastal-modernism theme that carefully blends Southwest Florida’s beauty and charm with the modern lifestyle of today’s travelers. The new rooms feature a neutral palette with bright, bold accents of color, including contemporary Florida-inspired artwork. Each offers a plush king-sized bed or two queen-sized beds, which were previously full-sized beds, to better accommodate families. Bathrooms were additionally enhanced with modern finishes and fixtures, creating a serene, spa-like experience for further relaxation and indulgence.

“Guests who have already had the opportunity to stay in our new rooms have commented on the relaxing environment and bright colors, which provide that authentically Southwest Florida look and feel,” said General Manager Joe Murgalo. “But the upgrade includes much more than aesthetics. By listening to the needs of today’s modern travelers, we have added many technological conveniences such as more outlets for charging electronic devices. We look forward to welcoming both repeat and future guests to experience our impressive new changes.”

For information or reservations visit http://www.coconutpoint.hyatt.com or call 239-444-1234. Hi-res images are available upon request.

About Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa    
Named among Travel + Leisure’s 100 World’s Best Hotels, the AAA Four Diamond Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa features world-class golf, a 19,000-square-foot spa, the AAA Four Diamond-rated Tanglewood restaurant and an extravagant series of water features, including multiple pools ranging from 2,700 to 5,000 square feet and a 140-foot corkscrew slide. The 454-room resort, which recently received Florida Green Lodging’s Three Palm eco-friendly certification, is the ideal base camp between Naples and Ft. Myers. Located on 26 acres overlooking the breathtaking Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve, the resort offers convenient access to both destinations as well as a private island beach for a more secluded retreat. A 15-minute water taxi ride takes guests to the resort’s private beach on Big Hickory Island. White, soft sand and the brilliantly colored Gulf of Mexico create a restful spot with plenty of open chairs and umbrellas for those looking to relax.

For those guests seeking a more active vacation, the island is a great spot to hunt for sharks’ teeth, collect more than 400 types of seashells, build old-fashioned sand castles or kayak along the beautiful shoreline. Back at the resort, guests can relax and rejuvenate with pampering treatments at the Stillwater Spa and enjoy a delectable meal at the Tarpon Bay restaurant, featuring fresh, innovative seafood for a truly memorable meal. For information or reservations visit http://www.coconutpoint.hyatt.com or call 239-444-1234.


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