Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay Completes Upgrade
Wednesday November 14th, 2012 - 1:08AM G
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TAMPA, FL–The 442-room Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay has invested $16 million into a complete renovation of its guestrooms.
The property's rooms inventory includes 23 suites and 45 villa-style casitas on the hotel's 45-acre site in Tampa's neighborhood overlooking Tampa Bay.
Dallas-based Looney & Associates is responsible for the new design. Inspired by the bay setting, the Looney team selected a soothing color palette of neutral tones with shades of blue for accent pieces. A new entry to each guestroom was created, using a wood-looking porcelain floor; large-scale patterned wall covering; and accents the color of sea glass.
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