Hyatt Regency Coral Gables completes four-month renovation

The business hotel located in Miami renovated the mezzanine level rooms, boardrooms and the Alcazaba ballroom.

The Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, a business hotel located in Miami, completed a four-month renovation that saw changes made to all of the hotel’s mezzanine level rooms and various boardrooms. Also included in the renovations was the Alcazaba ballroom, which used to be a nightclub but will now be a space for events. All of the newly renovated spaces make up part of the 19,000 square feet of meeting and event space in the Mediterranean-style hotel.

According to Jeffrey Babcock, GM of Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, the renovation kept the same Mediterranean theme but added a modern twist in the restaurant and ballrooms.

The Hyatt Regency also completely renovated its dining venues. The hotel’s Two Sisters restaurant was given a fresh look, including new décor and a new menu. The Two Sisters restaurant first opened in 1987.

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