Florida Hyatt Regency launches guestroom renovation

The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs, Fla., is kicking off a multi-million-dollar guestroom renovation in recognition of its 20-year anniversary. The updates will include a complete transformation of the property’s 426 rooms and 28 suites, and are expected to be completed later this autumn. 

“The inspiration of the renovation is intended to showcase our incredible tropical scenery that we enjoy here in Southwest Florida with ocean blues, light greens, and accents of wood from coconut trees,” said Rhett Wilson, director of sales and marketing at Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa. “We look forward to introducing the new rooms in order to provide a comfortable and modern travel experience paired with unmatched service and care provided by our extraordinary colleagues.”

The updated guestrooms will have a tropical feel with new hardwood flooring, coconut wood bed frames and new furnishing and décor. Using light green and ocean blue shades, the rooms evoke the resort’s waterfront location in Southwest Florida. The new rooms also have new sandy-colored light fixtures, accent chairs and patio furniture matching the tropical theme. 

The resort also updated its corridors with wavy light grey and green carpeting, soft shadowing reminiscent of breeze-blown sand and dark brown furniture and fixtures.

The new rooms complement the resort’s recently renovated meeting spaces and lobby. The updated meeting space have light grey carpeting with ocean-blue curved lines intertwined to represent the waterfront. Ballrooms also include new light fixtures in a sandy beige color, stages surrounded by deep grey and bright blue drapes and red chairs. 

Public Spaces

Earlier this month, design firm Stonehill Taylor refreshed the property’s first-floor spaces, including the reception, entry lobby areas and the hotel’s Belvedere Lounge and Belvedere Porch. 

The hotel has a three-acre water park with a lazy river lined by palm trees, five water slides (including a pair of dueling slides) and several pools. The water park also has an adults-only section with a pool and hot tub as well as several cabana rental options throughout the resort. 

Outside of the water park, the resort has a 1/4-mile boardwalk that winds through the mangrove forest to a marina that provides ferry service to Big Hickory Island, a private island that is part of the Estero Bay Ecological Preserve. Once on the island, the resort provides chairs and umbrellas for guests. 

The resort’s courtyards are designed for outdoor games, and a lakeside practice putting green lets guests improve their golf game.