George Wong Design renovates Hyatt Regency Trinidad

The Hyatt Regency Trinidad completed its four-phase renovation that updated the property's guestrooms, dining areas, lobby, spa and all common areas. George Wong Design was involved in the renovation.

Following the upgrade, the property now has a design that emphasizes light and space. The guestrooms now have white oak flooring, new vanities and light fixtures, 65-inch televisions, credenzas, sofa beds and new furniture. The new design allows for more natural light to shine through each room.

The hotel went from 428 rooms to 423 with 15 suites including the Presidential and Diplomat Suites that overlook the Gulf of Paria.

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The common areas, including the Regency Club, Waterfront Restaurant, Lobby Bar and Cinnamon Café were also updated with new furniture and a light color palette. Meanwhile, the 43,000 square feet of event space was similarly given a total refresh with new furniture and a light color scheme throughout.

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