Hyatt Regency Denver
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Colorado Convention Center


Hyatts in Denver Downtown launch $10 Million Meeting Space Makeover

Redesigned Grand Ballroom at Grand Hyatt Denver

Redesigned Grand Ballroom at Grand Hyatt Denver

Denver, CO (JUNE, 2015) – Grand Hyatt Denver and Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center hotels, both located in downtown Denver, announce today that each property will renovate its meeting and event spaces, including a total of four large ballrooms, to offer planners and guests bold and fresh aesthetics reflective of the hotels’ brands, and the ever-evolving Mile High City.  The project at the two hotels is estimated at a combined cost of $10 million.

Grand Hyatt Denver

Designed by renowned architecture firm, Looney and Associates, Grand Hyatt Denver’s conference space will be completely modernized. Spanning the hotel’s Grand and Imperial ballrooms, and numerous meeting rooms located on two interconnected levels, the new updates will include floor and wall coverings in patterns that are inspired by the Mile High City’s urban grid, using tones of grey and sunset rusts. The use of natural materials and dark walnut millwork will complement custom light fixtures, and provide a soft and flattering glow.  Statement door entries will create an unmistakable sense of arrival in foyer areas, while free-standing columns and refreshed elevator lobbies will offer inviting spaces for guests to reconnect in.

“Grand Hyatt Denver features innovative design and a dramatic, exciting atmosphere. We create spectacular events, and we look forward to welcoming our new and returning guests to our renovated event and social spaces,” said Mark Stiebeling, general manager, Grand Hyatt Denver.

Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center

Hyatt Regency Denver’s conference facility is comprised of 60,600 square feet of versatile boardrooms and meeting room spaces, including the renowned Capitol and Centennial ballrooms and adjoining pre-function areas. The new look will deliver a Colorado sense of place as Denver designers Rowland + Broughton will add layers of texture and color to evoke the surrounding mountains, while contemporary furnishings and innovative design details will create a modern yet residential feel to the redone areas. The hotel’s foyer functionality will be enhanced with furnishings that can be configured for a variety of meeting and convention seating styles; and one meeting space will provide collaborative seating and work tables for multi-functional use.

“At Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, we create energizing experiences by connecting guests to who and what matters to them most,” said general manager Ed Bucholtz, Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center. “We look forward to welcoming our customers to meet in our new space, where they will find innovative design that will complement both business and social gatherings,” Bucholtz continued.

For more information on either hotel, please contact Hyatt’s Denver Downtown Sales Office at(303) 486-4400 or e-mail dencc.rfp@hyatt.com.

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