Denver’s Hyatt Regency has completed the redesign of 1,100 rooms in the heart of the Mile High City. Recently announcing the completion of a $23 million redesign, General Manager Ed Bucholtz is thrilled to have the project accomplished. Contemporary touches throughout the hotel entice guests to reflect on indigenous Colorado colors; from rich pine-inspired pallets to granite in the renewed bathrooms.
Upgraded Wi-Fi and LCD smart 46-inch television screens are also found in every room, placing the most up-to-date technology at guests’ fingertips. Accompanying the already stunning Front Ranch views, the updated rooms aim to further capture the essence of Colorado and elevate the spirit. Raising a glass at the 27th Floor Peaks Lounge is a perfect way to do just that, with one of the best vistas in the city to watch the sunset or view the nightscape of the city below with specialty cocktails and light bites.
Make sure to read a review of Hyatt Regency and plan your visit to the newly refreshed property. Steps from 16th Street Mall, Colorado Convention Center and several Denver-area attractions, the hotel is perfect for both business and leisure travel alike.