Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach has completed a redesign and renovation led by West Coast-based design firm Indidesign.
The final phase of the 343-room hotel re-imagination was marked by an all-new collection of venues for meetings and events. Highlights include the 1,944 square-foot Newport Bay Ballroom which is now equipped for theater, classroom, banquet or reception-style gatherings; the executive Catalina Boardroom; multiple small-to-mid-sized spaces designed for more intimate meeting experiences; and outdoor function space. Offering 30,603 square feet of function space – the largest contiguous event space in the city – Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach accommodates weddings, meetings, conferences, holiday celebrations and other social gatherings. Additional settings range from customizable boardrooms to flexible indoor and outdoor space, such as the Pacific Ballroom, which flows into the glass-encased Monarch Pavilion and Lido Event Lawn.
All guestrooms and suites have Italian marble bathrooms, step-out balconies and 65-inch Smart TVs.
Guests also have 24-hour access to a fitness facility outfitted with Precor exercise equipment, a stretching and yoga room with yoga mats and floor-to-ceiling mirrors, and a resort-style pool and jacuzzi.
High-design touchpoints range from a striking black marble counter at BLVD cocktail bar and Venetian plastered pillars in the dining room to an aviation-inspired commissioned art piece that welcomes guests at reception.
The hotel's F&B offerings include Wave Newport Beach, BLVD Bar and BLVD Market.
Tom Clearwater is the general manager of Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach.
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