Hyatt Regency Sacramento completes phase II of upgrades

The Hyatt Regency Sacramento in California has completed phase II of a refurbishment project costing more than $4 million.

The second phase of the project, designed by Austin, Texas-based company Looney & Associates, included upgrades to the facility's public areas with use of minimalistic wall treatments, furnishings and art pieces.

The hotel's main lobby floor, and Amourath lobby lounge have been renovated as part of phase II of the project. This phase further involves overhaul of the meeting areas located on the building's second level, the Capitol View meeting and reception room on the 15th storey, as well as the Vines restaurant.

Phase I of the revamp included facelift of the facility's 503 guest rooms covering 12 stories, lobby check-in desk area, and installation of additional digital signs within the building. The upgraded guest rooms incorporate advanced amenities while donning a rich color scheme. The check in space has been equipped with guest pods in place of the counters post makeover to boost interaction between the guests and hotel staff. The first phase completed was completed in late 2009.


Hyatt Regency Sacramento (facade)


Hyatt Regency Sacramento Amourath 1819 Lounge


Hyatt Regency Sacramento ballroom


Hyatt Regency Sacramento entertainment facilities


Hyatt Regency Sacramento lobby


Hyatt Regency Sacramento Vines Cafe


Hyatt Regency Sacramento Regency Club

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