Seifert Murphy redesigns function spaces of Austin area resort

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa renovated its ballrooms and meeting spaces.

Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa renovated its indoor meeting spaces, including the ballrooms, boardrooms and hallways. Seifert Murphy was involved in the renovation.

The 60,000-square-foot enhancement was inspired by the natural surroundings of the property, with the color palette including greens, blues and softer hues inspired by its wilderness setting. All surfaces — ceilings, walls and floors — were given new carpeting, wall coverings, paint, hardware and finishes. There are also new light fixtures at the function spaces and adjacent corridors.

The overhaul of the interior meeting space was part of a multiproject effort that began in 2015. Among the updates included guest bathroom upgrades, the Firewheel Cafe kitchen overhaul, soft-goods upgrades in Shellers Barrelhouse Bar, new menus across outlets, addition of a chef’s herb garden, an expanded yard games area, new pool furniture and shade sails at the Crooked River Water Park.

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Spa Django was also enhanced with new pedicure stations and fresh flooring. Wolfdancer Golf Club also had its share of upgrades with a bunker renovation, a new fleet of golf carts and the addition of the Harvey Penick Academy to the lineup.

The resort’s most luxurious accommodation, The Litton House, received enhancements to its kitchen.

Situated along the banks of the Lower Colorado River between Austin and Bastrop, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa has 491 guestrooms, more than 60,000 square feet of indoor meeting space and over 240,000 square feet of outdoor function space with pavilions and an amphitheater. Amenities include the Wolfdancer Golf Club, Spa Django and Renegade Trailhead equestrian facility.

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