Hyatt Regency Long Beach Hotel Completes $30 Million Renovation

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Long Beach, California’s largest waterfront hotel cements its reputation as the preeminent destination for convention, business and leisure travelers.

Hyatt Regency Long Beach

This major guestroom renovation has enhanced Hyatt Regency Long Beachs' reputation as a premier hotel for convention, business and leisure travelers.

Hyatt Regency Long Beach, the largest waterfront hotel in the City of Long Beach, California, has completed their major renovation in April of 2012. This $30 million renovation included the hotel's lobby and all 528 guestrooms including 20 suites and Regency Club Lounge.

"This major guestroom renovation has enhanced Hyatt Regency Long Beachs' reputation as a premier hotel for convention, business and leisure travelers, especially given our central location between Los Angeles and Orange Counties, scenic waterfront views and proximity to the Long Beach Convention Center and over 100 restaurants," said Stephen D’Agostino, general manager, Hyatt Regency Long Beach. "We look forward to welcoming guests back to a transformed hotel with all of the services and amenities they have come to expect from Hyatt.”

Anderson Miller Ltd. in Chicago created the design concept for the renovation. Renovation of all of the Long Beach hotel’s 528 guestrooms and 20 specialty suites include the Hyatt Grand Bed along with leather headboards, luxurious linens and window coverings, soft wool throws, and plush navy blue carpeting that was designed in a cohesive, clean and contemporary beach aesthetic with light wood tones, soothing neutral color palates and refreshing punches of deep azure blue reinforcing the hotel’s prime bay and beachfront location. Local art photography commissioned by acclaimed photographer Zoran Orlic and “Welcome” resin LED light sculpture conceived of by the AREAWARE collective.

Reconfigured guestrooms floor plans providing ample and oversized and tech connected work space with separate seating areas for work, dining or relaxation. Fully illuminated and backlit bath mirrors highlight the many bathroom enhancements including raised vessel sink basins, plank tiled stand-up showers with handheld sprays. Suite amenities include eat-in kitchens with quartered white oak cabinetry and marble islands wired for connectivity. Walls lined with custom millwork bookcases and white oak floors border an ample Living Space with multiple seating areas.

Gracious and residential Royal and Palm Presidential Suites provide a home-away-from-home experience for meeting, entertaining or getting away. Multiple seating areas, full dining areas, and generous Master Suites outfitted with floor to ceiling woodwork, Bose sound systems and i-pads make an impression along with Master Bath showers built for two that feature in-shower waterproof TVs, multiple sprays, wall fountain and overhead spray with water activated chromatherapy. Suites also feature deep spa soaking tubs or private outdoor terraces. The specialty artwork package was curated with an emphasis on color and texture with a mixture of photography, abstract painting, and wax encaustic.

About Hyatt Regency Long Beach
Hyatt Regency Long Beach, 200 South Pine Avenue is a waterfront hotel adjacent to the convention center hotel located in the heart of downtown Long Beach. The property features 528 rooms, 22,000 square feet of flexible function space, WIFI Internet access, a variety of dining outlets, an outdoor heated pool and a fitness center. The hotel’s prime location at between Los Angeles and Orange Counties allows guests to easily explore an incredible array of attractions including the beach, dining, shopping, theater and sports. To book, call 800.233.1234 or visit http://www.longbeach.hyatt.com.

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