Grand Hyatt Atlanta to undergo $11.1-million renovation

Grand Hyatt AtlantaAtlanta, GA. – Grand Hyatt Atlanta will undergo a $11.1-million guestroom renovation of each of the 438 guestrooms and suites beginning in the spring of 2010.  With the dramatic renovation, the hotel’s guestrooms which are the largest in the Buckhead area will be transformed into chic and modern accommodations, appealing to convention, leisure and business travelers alike.  The addition of iPod docking stations, Hyatt’s Grand Bed and 37” LCD televisions are just a few of the new features that will be offered in every room.

The stylish guestrooms will also receive new bedding, furniture, carpeting, wall coverings, fixtures for enhanced lighting and new artwork.  The interior designs of the new rooms provide a fresh and eclectic look using a palette of green and gold colors, combined with rich espresso colored wood furniture.  Patterns and textures are mixed with soft, luxurious cottons and linens to create a warm but modern blend.  A generously sized lounge chair and reading lamp provide a place for guests to relax in absolute comfort.

Special emphasis was given to the bed by incorporating Hyatt’s Grand Bed with thick, pillow-top mattress, a fluffy white duvet and oversized pillows.  A luxurious throw at the foot of the bed replaces the conventional bedspread to give the bedding ensemble a more residential look and feel.

Complimenting the overall guest room renovations is the guest bath with its beautifully appointed marble flooring and countertops along with a decoratively framed mirror and generous shelving for extra space and comfort. 

“It is exciting to be able to offer a new guest room product to our guests,” said Ruth Benjamin, hotel General Manager.  “It only adds to the appeal of Grand Hyatt Atlanta and our prime location in the heart of Buckhead.  The new guestrooms will
exceed the expectations of today’s clientele with a fresh ‘home away from home’ ambiance.”

Virtual Event

HOTEL OPTIMIZATION PART 2 | Now Available On-Demand

Survival in these times is highly dependent on a hotel's ability to quickly adapt and pivot their business to meet the current needs of travelers and the surrounding community. Join us for Optimization Part 2 – a FREE virtual event – as we bring together top players in the industry to discuss alternative uses when occupancy is down, ways to boost F&B revenue, how to help your staff adjust to new challenges and more, in a series of panels focused on how you can regain profitability during this crisis.

Suggested Articles

After two years, the Galt House in Louisville, Ky., has completed its $80 million upgrade.

Buildings in Texas and the Northeast are being converted into hotels.

Jeffrey Beers International curated a "Midtown from Above" concept with each guestroom designed to feel like a retreat from the streets below.