Hyatt Regency O’Hare debuts $64 million facelift

Rosemont, IL – Today, Hyatt Regency O’Hare announces the completion of the final phase of a $64 million transformation of their Chicago airport hotel with the introduction of 1,100 stunningly renovated guest rooms and suites. In 2007, this Chicago luxury hotel, located at 9300 Bryn Mawr Avenue, unveiled Phase I of this comprehensive project, with dramatically redesigned public and lobby spaces, the introduction of two hip and contemporary restaurants and the revelation of a 20,000 square foot, state-of-the-art, Conference Center. The second and final phase showcases compete the guest room design of the Chicago luxury hotel, featuring 37” flat-screen LCD televisions, ergonomically correct workspaces, a stylish and energy saving in-room lighting concept, and the ultra-plush, irresistibly soft Hyatt Grand Bed.

“The completion of this extraordinary project is significant, as we can now provide our guests with a cohesive experience. The style and energy is now fluid throughout the hotel, which truly brings it to life.” said David Jacobs, General Manager of Hyatt Regency O’Hare. “This transformation has allowed us to evolve into more than a Chicago airport hotel. Hyatt Regency O’Hare is now viewed on many levels; an unparalleled meeting and convention destination, a refuge for our loyal business travelers, and a hip and contemporary hot spot for dining or lounging.”

Opened in 1971 as an iconic atrium-style hotel designed by John Portman & Associates, the hotel is one of the original Pritzker-owned assets within the Hyatt Portfolio. The progressive re-design by TVS, TVS Interiors and Johnson Studios brings a warmer, personalized ambience to the hotel’s lofty atrium-style architecture, creating socially intimate enclaves ideal for lingering, lounging or lunching. Renovation highlights include the easy-to-access Chicago airport hotel’s Conference Center, the convivial energy of the new O’H American Grill and Red Bar, the contemporary flare of the re-designed porte cochere and lobby levels, and a novel selection of luxurious amenities.

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