Hyatt Regency Cincinnati Completes Reno
Friday September 27th, 2013 - 10:17AM GC
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CINCINNATI, OH—Hyatt Regency Cincinnati has completed more than $23 million in renovations. The 491-room hotel began its updates in December 2012. Renovations included a refresh to all 486 guestrooms and the addition of five new rooms. All guestrooms are furnished in neutral tones with red accents and incorporate new bedding, wall coverings, drapes, workstations, carpeting, mini-refrigerators, safes and LG 42-in. flat screen TVs. Changes to the public spaces included the opening of Red Roost Tavern, a farm-to-table style restaurant; the addition of more than 3,450 sq. ft. of event space, bringing the property’s total to 18 meeting rooms and two board rooms; a lobby with access to The Market, an on-the-go option, and the Library, which has complimentary WiFi access; and the construction of a new front drive and the installation of upgraded elevators. New amenities include a saltwater pool and an updated fitness center. Cincinnati-inspired artwork is featured throughout the property.
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