The Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina in San Diego completed a renovation that updated the property’s 438 guestrooms, Blue Marble Spa, pool deck, two dining outlets and nearly 16,000 square feet of meeting space. Located on Mission Bay, the property’s refresh was led by Design Directions International, which was inspired by the hotel’s location on Mission Bay.
The coastal chic design aesthetic is a nod to Southern California, known for its sunny year-round weather, and includes a maritime color palette plus nautical aesthetic details. The overall interior effect creates a seamless “outdoors in” sense of place and environment.
Renovated guestrooms have new wall coverings, including an accent shiplap wall, carpeting and balcony furniture. Nautical-themed decorative touches found in the guestroom’s new lamps and mirrors complement the artwork, depicting images of boating and coastal scenes.
The renovated foyers, halls and elevator lobbies on each floor received new wall coverings and carpeting that reflect the maritime palette found throughout the guestrooms and public spaces. The color palette used includes blues and touches of grays and ivories.
The meeting space at Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina was expanded with the inclusion of Crow’s Nest, a new 555 square-foot space located above the lobby. Additionally, the hotel’s Bayview and Mission Ballrooms, both featuring natural light, received new carpet, wallcoverings and banquet chairs. A total remodel of the hotel’s meeting area bathrooms, round out event facility upgrades.
Other property enhancements include the renovation of the hotel’s lobby, business center, and front and concierge desks. New lobby lounge seating incorporates fireplaces, couches, and both upholstered and leather seating.
Pelican’s on the Bay, formally SWIM Bar & Lounge, is now open and located at the hotel’s pool deck, with both al fresco and covered seating.
The Blue Marble Spa has a new lounge and seating area. Decorated in tones of blue, grey and white, the redone space also has seashells, locally sourced flowers and plants, and mood lighting that enhance the space.
The property is owned by Chesapeake Lodging Trust, a Real Estate Investment Trust. Chad Eding is the GM of the property.
Photo credit: Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa and Marina