Downtown Phoenix hotel completes renovation

The Hyatt Regency Phoenix has completed a multimillion-dollar floor-to-rooftop renovation. 

The newly relocated lobby area and front-desk pods were designed to mimic elements of desert landscaping, including stacked sandstone and the look and feel of Antelope Canyon. Large chandeliers in the lobby area were custom-made for the project and include sustainable features such as new LED lighting that can be dimmed based on time of day. 

The hotel added four new meeting rooms to its 50,000 square feet of meeting and event space for a total of 35 venues. All of the meeting spaces have a modern blue, red and yellow palette in a rotated linear design that are meant to reflect the sunsets on Phoenix’s desert and cityscape. 


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The 15,000-square-foot, seven-story atrium also got a fresh redesign. The space now has 14 individual rooms that can be turned into 21 meeting spaces. The hotel’s third-floor rooftop courtyard and pool area, meanwhile, got new pool and lounge furniture and an expansion of the roof’s courtyard to accommodate up to 200 guests. 

The hotel's 693 guestrooms now have an open-concept design with new flooring, digital artwork, lighting and upgraded furnishings.

New food-and-beverage options include Barrel & Bushel—a casual American eatery with a street-side patio—and B&B Market—a market serving hot and cold grab-and-go options.