The Denver Post
The Grand Hyatt Hotel in Denver has announced that it will be renovating its lobby as well as its rooms, yes all 516 of them. The redesign will cost an estimated 28 million dollars. The rooms will receive new top of the line furnishing. After all you have to spend money to make money.
The Grand Hyatt Denver hotel has announced a $28 million redesign, including renovations to the lobby and to all 516 guest rooms and suites.
The hotel, at 17th and Welton streets, is marking its 25th anniversary with the comprehensive makeover. Completion is expected this spring.
"Essentially, this is the opening of a new hotel, an industry leader, making a great property even greater," general manager Greg Leonard said.
Leonard said the lobby will be revitalized with stacked fireplaces embedded in chiseled stone, hand-tufted rugs and a wood-canopy ceiling, along with a new registration desk.
The guest rooms will have natural material upgrades and modern furnishings.
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