DESIGNED WITH imagination. EXPANDED WITH vision. TRANSFORMING WITH innovation and style.
Welcome to the transformation. The Hyatt Regency Atlanta, the city’s legendary landmark hotel and the world’s first Hyatt Regency hotel, is undergoing a $65 million transformation.
After five years working out the details of the Master Plan, the changes being made this year will dramatically evolve the property that many have connected with over the past 44 years. This year’s transformation includes a significant refresh of the hotel's Atrium Tower guest rooms, 22-story atrium lobby, restaurant, lounge, and front entrance. Guests who now stay in the Radius and International Towers enjoy unique, contemporary designs and top-of-the-line features and finishes. The Atrium Tower guest rooms will reflect a similar re-design. The 29,000 sq. ft. Centennial Ballroom and 40,000 sq. ft. Grand Hall pre-function will also undergo a major renovation this year.
Three unique guest room towers, affords us with the ability to strategically employ all renovations projects throughout 2011 in a manner that causes minimal to no disruption to our guests. We will continue to provide our seamless service that represents the Hyatt culture of welcoming you, our guests.
Hyatt Regency Atlanta, originally designed by renowned Atlanta architect John Portman, was the first contemporary atrium hotel in the world. This atrium lobby prompted a revolution in the design of hotels, placing Hyatt Regency Atlanta in the forefront of the luxury hotel industry. Upon opening in May 1967, the hotel towered above the Atlanta skyline as the tallest building in the city. With a rich heritage and amazing history, the Hyatt Regency Atlanta remains a strong presence in the city.
Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, our 22-story Atlanta hotel offers easy access to Peachtree Center Mall, Georgia Aquarium, Georgia World Congress Center, AmericasMart, Philips Arena and the Georgia Dome. Skybridges allow for convenient indoor access to both downtown Marriott and Hilton properties. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, a short 15 minute drive away, can be easily accessed through our direct connection to the MARTA train station.
The transformation is scheduled to be complete in December 2011.