Indidesign reimagines Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach

Indidesign reimagines Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport, Newport Beach.
Indidesign is re-imagining all 343 guestrooms and suites, corridors, public spaces and 28,000 square feet of event venues in the property. Photo credit: Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach

Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach is undergoing a property-wide redesign. Already completed is the renovation of the main building, indoor/outdoor meeting and events spaces and public spaces. Meanwhile, final touches are being done on the last guest tower, which is slated to be completed by Q1 2019. The property is near Newport Beach's business district and John Wayne Airport.

West Coast-based design firm Indidesign is overseeing the re-imagination of all 343 guestrooms and suites, corridors, public spaces and 28,000 square feet of event venues in the property.

The aesthetic embraces the hotel's existing footprint while redesigning it for a bespoke experience. Upon completion, the public spaces will have intimate nooks. Key design elements will include a black marble counter at the hotel's BLVD cocktail bar, and an aviation-inspired commissioned art piece at the reception, a nod to the hotel's close proximity to John Wayne Airport.

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The guestrooms have Italian marble-laden bathrooms, step-out balconies and 65" Smart TV's.

The fitness facility has new Precor exercise equipment, and dedicated stretching and yoga room.

Other amenities include landscaped resort-style pool and Jacuzzi.

For dining, the property has WAVE Newport Beach, BLVD Bar and a marketplace.

For events, the property has 28,000 square feet of function space. Settings range from customizable boardrooms to 20,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor space, such as the Pacific Ballroom, which flow into the Monarch Pavilion and Lido Event Lawn.

Tom Clearwater is the GM of Hyatt Regency John Wayne Airport Newport Beach.

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Inspired by the history of the property, the overall design maintains the originality of the existing building while adding new amenities.