Hyatt Regency Chicago set to conclude three-year $168M renovation

Hyatt Regency Chicago is set to debut its $168-million, entire-property renovation in April. It includes a new lobby, re-vamped guestrooms, meeting spaces and an array of new and re-concepted dining experiences. The architects and planners of the renovation were Bentel & Bentel. The three-phase project broke ground in 2010 with Phase I dealing with the guestrooms in the West Tower of the property. Phase II, completed in 2011, renovated all of the rooms in the East Tower of the property. Phase III, set to conclude the project, completely renovated the East Tower Lobby, as well as all of the meeting/event space, and dining outlets.
 
"We truly listened to our guests, and in turn, several aspects of this renovation were incorporated as a direct result of guest feedback,” said GM Patrick Donnelly. "We are excited to provide our guests an even better experience through innovative, top-of-the line guest room accommodations featuring the latest in design and technology."

 

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