Renovations to the hotel’s 14 meeting rooms and Grand Ballroom include new carpeting, sculptural light fixtures, and drapery that allow natural light to infuse the space. Meeting and event spaces offer a total of 20,000 square feet and accommodating groups of 10 to 450 guests.
The hotel’s makeover includes a 60 percent expansion of its Stay Fit fitness center and an upgrade to the most recent Life Fitness cardio equipment that have Wi-Fi access, individualized TV screens, and iPhone/iPod docking stations. Hyatt StayFit free weights and yoga equipment are available for guest use, and the hotel’s indoor pool is updated with travertine-styled porcelain tile.
Throughout the hotel, LED lighting now enhances the guest experience, while drastically reducing the property’s green footprint.
“Today’s traveler wants a hotel experience that is up-to-date in every way,” said Jim Edgar, the hotel’s director of sales and marketing. “The hotel’s $25 million renovation meets those expectations in stylish, welcoming surroundings, generous social spaces and up-to-the-minute technology for keeping in touch with home and business.”