Grand Hyatt DFW completes $13M renovation

The Grand Hyatt DFW has announced the completion of its $13 million renovation. The enhancements upgrade the 298-room hotel

Dallas design firm Seifert Murphy oversaw the redesign of the 298-room hotel, adding 1,300 pieces of new art by Dallas photographer Richard Bettinger, who created and trademarked his Decompressionism style, which abstractly depicts the reflection of light and color without any post-production manipulation.

Technology updates were completed in partnership with the Dallas branch of INNCOM, a hardware and software solution provider for energy management, integrated room automation, common area controls and systems monitoring. Updates include full control of sheers and shades, temperature and lighting through a bedside touch-screen control panel and smart switches in every room.

Enhancements also included a redesign of the 24-hour coffee café, Moka; and M Lounge, the hotel’s martini and sushi bar.

Opened in July 2005 as the only Grand Hyatt located at an airport and the first Grand Hyatt to be built in Texas, the 12-story, 303,675-square-foot hotel is located inside Terminal D at DFW International Airport. It features 298 guest rooms. The hotel provides ballroom/banquet/meeting space, a restaurant, lounge, coffee bar, rooftop heated saline pool and fitness center with spa treatment rooms.

Suggested Articles

When it reopens in the fall, the former Riviera Palm Springs will continue to be managed by Davidson Hotels & Resorts. 

San Diego Mission Bay Resort officially reopened after completing a $32 million total reimagination and renovation.

Inspired by the history of the property, the overall design maintains the originality of the existing building while adding new amenities.