Hyatt Regency Atlanta is set to complete its US$65 million property-wide renovation next month.
Among the changes is a refresh of the hotel’s 22-story Atrium Lobby. Custom art created from brass key fob replicas from the original Regency Hyatt House embellish the reception area.
The hotel is introducing three food and beverage options for the lobby: Sway, a breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant featuring Southern U.S. cuisine, Twenty Two Storys, featuring beer-influenced cuisine and Market offers 24-hour self-service including snacks, quick meals and bottles of wine.
Each of the hotel’s 1,260 guestrooms features new design elements and modern technology including a signature carpet design inspired by the Flora Raris sculpture located in the Atrium Lobby, wall coverings, drapes, artwork, 37-inch, LCD flat-panel televisions with HDTV channels, and iHome Dual alarm clock radios.
The renovations included a significant refresh of 180,000 sq ft (16,722 sq m) of meeting, boardroom, and exhibit space, including modernizing the 29,000 sq ft (2,694 sq m) Centennial Ballroom, the largest hotel ballroom in Georgia.
The renovations included the installation of energy-efficient LED lighting and Energy Star appliances.