Hyatt Unveils Two Multimillion Dollar Hotel Renovations in Florida

written by | Posted on November 20th, 2012

Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay.

Hyatt has recently completed two multi-million dollar renovations at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa in Bonita Springs and the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay.

Hyatt Regency Coconut Point received a $14.5 million room renovation, giving all 454 guestrooms and suites a modern makeover.

“Guests who have already had the opportunity to stay in our new rooms have commented on the relaxing environment and bright colors, which provide that authentically Southwest Florida look and feel,” says general manager Joe Murgalo. “But the upgrade includes much more than aesthetics. By listening to the needs of today’s modern travelers, we have added many technological conveniences such as more outlets for charging electronic devices. We look forward to welcoming both repeat and future guests to experience our impressive new changes.”

Winter and spring rates start at $179. For more information, visit coconutpoint.hyatt.com.

Meanwhile, in Tampa, the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay invested $16 million in the revamp of its 442 guestrooms. The design was inspired by the surf and sand, using neutral tones with various shades of blue for accent, and adding a new entryway consisting of a wood-looking porcelain floor, a large-scale patterned wall covering and sea glass-hued accents.

“We are eager to debut our contemporary new look to both first-time visitors and loyal repeat guests, who will find the same level of service that they have come to expect from the Grand Hyatt brand,” says general manager Paul Joseph.

Rates vary by season, ranging from $189 per night midweek to $129 on the weekend. For more information, visit grandtampabay.hyatt.com.