The renovation of Grand Hyatt Denver’s group event and social meeting space, enhances the more than $28 million renovation recently completed in the hotel’s 516 guestrooms and public spaces.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 04, 2015
Grand Hyatt Denver announces plans to remodel its two largest ballrooms and accompanying foyers, plus eleven breakout session meeting rooms, as part of an estimated $5.4 million redesign project.
“The renovation of Grand Hyatt Denver’s group event and social meeting space, enhances the more than $28 million renovation recently completed in the hotel’s 516 guestrooms and public spaces,” said Mark Stiebeling, general manager, Grand Hyatt Denver. “The new, innovative and dynamic design shows our passion and enthusiasm for providing an abundance of options, creating dramatic and exciting atmospheres in which to enjoy spectacular experiences.”
Slated to debut in September, the redesign will offer planners 30,000 square feet of newly decorated meeting and exhibit space, with décor by renowned architect Looney and Associates. The space will receive carpeting and wall coverings in patterns that are inspired by the Mile High City’s urban grid, in tones of grey and sunset rusts; a nod to Colorado’s vibrant, outdoor landscapes. The use of natural materials and dark walnut mill work will complement custom light fixtures that provide a soft and flattering glow. Free-standing columns, refreshed elevator lobbies and ballroom doors create an unmistakable sense of arrival.
Grand Hyatt Denver's meeting and event space will deliver a fresh, modern aesthetic that reflects Denver’s bustling, dynamic spirit and the Grand Hyatt brand’s commitment to #LivingGrand every day.
For more information and reservations, please visit the hotel’s website at: GrandDenver.Hyatt.com, or call: (303) 486-4400.
About Grand Hyatt Denver
Grand Hyatt Denver, ideally located only one block from the city’s renowned 16th Street Mall, a pedestrian promenade in the heart of downtown Denver’s business and financial district, just completed a $28 million renovation. The hotel’s uniquely designed lobby features lineal stacked fireplaces set in chiseled stone on a 29 foot high wall, a focal point for arriving guests. Grand Hyatt Denver is walking distance to some of the Mile High City’s best attractions and provides 516 spacious, newly redesigned accommodations. Each guestroom boasts free WiFi, well-lit workstations, furnishings designed for comfort and Hyatt’s Grand Bed™. Grand Hyatt Denver offers one of downtown Denver’s only rooftop jogging tracks and tennis courts, a complement to its an indoor pool that adjoins a 24-hour health club. Pub 17 on Welton Street, a Sunset Magazine Editors’ Pick, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features “Happy Hour” daily with over 50 Colorado craft beers on its menu. In-room dining is available around the clock. Included in Grand Hyatt Denver’s over 52,600 square feet of flexible meeting and event space, are five large ballrooms and fourteen meeting rooms. This year, among its recognitions, Grand Hyatt Denver is the recipient of Successful Meetings Magazine’s Pinnacle Award and both Travelocity and Trip Advisor’s Certificates of Excellence.
About Grand Hyatt
Around the world, Grand Hyatt hotels unlock the extraordinary in every moment by creating experiences beyond expectation. Located at the crossroads of local culture and global business within major gateway cities and resort destinations, each Grand Hyatt hotel is uniquely designed to reflect its own distinct environment and provides a hub for travelers and locals alike. Grand Hyatt hotels exemplify the pursuit of life lived grandly offering guests superior service, first-class accommodations and an abundance of options within a multicultural backdrop of dramatic architecture and innovative design. Grand Hyatt properties boast inventive restaurants, luxury spas, fitness centers, and business and meeting facilities. Celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2015, the Grand Hyatt brand stands to make every moment memorable through their commitment to #LivingGrand every day. For additional information or to make a reservation, please visit http://www.grandhyatt.com.
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