Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center announces $5M renovation

Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center, the only Four Diamond hotel in the Denver Tech Center, announced a $5-million hotel renovation that will commence this month. The renovation plan includes a new restaurant, redesigned lobby and public spaces, and is expected to debut early next spring.

Opening early next year at Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center, Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen will be the property’s signature restaurant. The Taphouse is all about the beer, as it will offer Colorado craft beer such as Avery and O’Dell’s, as well as craft spirits from the region. Additionally, Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen will work with some of Colorado’s best-known local purveyors, including Lombardi Brothers, Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy and Udi’s Artisan Bread. The gastro pub will also emphasize seasonal menus and ingredients. Root25 Taphouse & Kitchen will offer several private dining spaces, accommodating groups of 10 to 30 people.

Additionally, the hotel’s pre-function and public spaces will be enhanced with wood and stonework details, aiming to complement Colorado’s organic landscape. Known locally for hosting weddings, social galas, and corporate meetings and events, the renovated space will debut in February 2013 and can accommodate up to 800 guests.

In the lobby, conceptual changes will create a fresh and cohesive atmosphere capitalizing on the natural light and architecture present in the atrium foyer. New technologies have also been added to help in the check-in process, with the elimination of the traditional front desk, with associates checking in guests via mobile devices including iPads.

The Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center hotel offers a 12-story atrium lobby with 451 modern guestrooms, including 12 suites and 30,000 square feet of function/meeting space. The 12th floor Centennial Room, with 180-degree panoramic Front Range views is an events venue.

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