Hyatt Deerfield completes $5.5M renovation

The Hyatt Deerfield Hotel completed a $5.5-million renovation of the hotel. The renovations focused on revamping the lobby, restaurant, meeting space and guest rooms.

The lobby of the Hyatt Deerfield Hotel was completely renovated, including changes to furniture, decorative lighting, the registration desk and artwork. Additionally, the lobby floors were brought to one level to create a better flow from space to space. The existing water fountain and sculpture were transformed into an infinity style water feature surrounded by oversized furniture.

The Jaxx Bistro was also improved with new furniture, new paint colors, and a buffet space that can be closed off when not in use.

All of the guest rooms at the Hyatt Deerfield received updates to soft goods, new upholstered furniture, Hyatt Luxury Bed Tops and 36 inch LG flat panel TVs.

Meanwhile, the existing Le Clair Ballroom was given new a new ceiling and updated finishes.

Located just minutes from both downtown Chicago and O’Hare Airport, the 301-room Hyatt Deerfield features 15,000 square feet of function space, a StayFit gym center, an indoor pool, concierge services and a full-service business center. Adam Patenaude is the Hyatt Deerfield GM.

Dallas-based Aimbridge Hospitality is an independent hotel investment and management firm. Based in Dallas, Texas and with development offices in Chicago, Dallas and Puerto Rico, Aimbridge currently owns and/or manages over 80 upscale, independent and branded hotels with nearly 15,000 rooms across the US and the Caribbean, including such affiliations as Marriott, Hilton, Embassy Suites, DoubleTree, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, Aloft, Hyatt, Wyndham and the Phoenix Inn Suites chain of hotels.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation, headquartered in Chicago, is a global hospitality company. As of June 30, the company's worldwide portfolio consisted of 492 properties.

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