Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay Hotel Announces Guest Room Renovation

The Tampa, Florida hotel’s new guest rooms will be completed by late summer 2012

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Renovated King Room, Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay

We believe it will exceed our guests’ expectations for years to come and we look forward to sharing the new product with our guests.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) March 16, 2012

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay is pleased to announce a $16 million guest room renovation. The Four Diamond awarded, waterfront hotel on thirty five, tropically, landscaped acres, is located in Tampa’s Westshore business district and less than three miles from Tampa International Airport.

Inspired by the surf and sand, the Tampa Bay hotel’s 445 guest rooms, including 23 suites and 45 villa style casitas, were designed with the Florida coast in mind. Designers Looney & Associates of Dallas used a soothing color palette, linen textures, walnut colored cerused oak woods and various shades of blue to create a casual, yet sophisticated room. The dramatic entry with a wood look porcelain floor, large scale patterned wall covering and sea glass hued accents leads to an all new spa like bathroom. Modern finishes and fixtures, a generously sized desk with polished chrome accents, sculptural tables and plush bedding evoke a feeling of contemporary meets coastal casual. Looney and Associates who designed the recently renovated Grand Hyatt New York created a tranquil space that will leave guests well rested and energized.

We are very excited about the design and the upscale, residential look and feel it offers. “We believe it will exceed our guests’ expectations for years to come and we look forward to sharing the new product with our guests,” said General Manager Paul Joseph. The hotel expects an August 2012 completion date for the project

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay has the distinction of being nestled in a 35-acre nature preserve on the shores of Old Tampa Bay and just five minutes from Tampa International Airport. Imported marble and hand painted ceilings highlighted with seashore colors make this hotel an exceptional visual experience for both business and leisure travelers.

Award winning restaurants Armani’s and Oystercatchers and first class meeting and convention facilities top the list of features, as more than 20,000 square feet of meeting space can accommodate both large and small functions. Several meeting rooms have expansive views of Tampa Bay and outdoor areas are an ideal setting for receptions and events. In addition to the hotel’s 445 luxuriously appointed guestrooms and suites, casita villas offer privacy in a relaxed resort setting. For hotel information or reservations, please call Hyatt’s toll free reservation line at 800-233-1234, or visit http://www.grandhyatttampabay.com.

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