Hyatt Regency Dallas Launches $50 Million Renovation
DALLAS—Construction is under way on a $50 million makeover and upgrade of Hyatt Regency Dallas’ 1,120 guestrooms, bathrooms, and corridors, with completion set for year-end 2012. Dallas-based Woodbine Development Corporation, original developer and asset manager of the hotel and adjoining landmark Reunion Tower, is managing the project. READER COMMENTS
The design team is lead by EDG Interior Architecture + Design of San Rafael, CA, and CamargoCopeland Architects of Dallas.
“We selected iconic pieces of furniture, inspired by mid-century classics by Eames and Knoll, to play on the iconic nature of the hotel,” said EDG principal and CEO Jennifer Johanson, in an announcement. “The rooms offer different options for both work and relaxation, incorporating a lounge chair for reading and watching television, a comfortable desk chair, and a chaise lounge where guests can stretch out and soak in the fabulous city skyline views or watch a great Texas sunset on the horizon.”
A landscape image featured in the art mirror also is woven into the hotel corridor carpeting. The carpet combines with new sidelight towers at the door. New graphics, signage, and a swipe entry system also are included in the transformation. The guestroom entry transitions from ceramic tile to neutral-colored carpet that features a tailored, urban pattern. The transformed bathroom is accessed via sliding, modern “barn doors” and includes a backlit mirror, a freestanding vanity, and an art collage of Dallas-inspired imagery screen-printed onto metal.
Clark Contractors, based in Little Rock, Arkansas, is managing the phased construction project. The Dallas office of Neil Locke & Associates is providing FF&E procurement.
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