Hyatt Regency Cincinnati in Ohio to undergo $20M renovation

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati announced an over $20-million renovation that will update the downtown hotel to meet the new demands of business meeting and convention attendees.

Included in the renovation is a complete overhaul of the hotel’s 486 guestrooms, which after the renovation will include one additional suite and four guestrooms for a new property inventory of 491 guestrooms. The new rooms will incorporate warm residential furnishings, including new flat screen TVs, carpeting, wall covering, drapes and bedding. Every guestroom will have a new mini refrigerator for guests’ personal use.

In addition, Hyatt Regency Cincinnati’s meeting space will be upgraded with the addition of 3,450 square feet, transforming the Findlay’s restaurant space to a new room that is functional for both meeting and social events. The hotel’s Regency Ballroom, the largest hotel ballroom in downtown Cincinnati, will receive new décor and color schemes also for a more modern look.

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati also plans to renovate Champs restaurant, and reopen the full service eatery with a new name and concept.

The complete hotel renovation is scheduled to debut in summer 2013. Hyatt Regency Cincinnati, a 486-guestroom hotel, offers a variety of guestrooms, including a Presidential Suite and 12 suites. All of Hyatt Regency Cincinnati’s guestrooms offer the trademarked pillow-top Hyatt Grand Beds, iHome alarm clocks and workstations with wireless Internet access. Dining options at Hyatt Regency Cincinnati include Findlay’s and Champs Restaurants.

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