PRINCETON, N.J.—Davidson Hotels and Resorts, one of the nation’s largest independent management companies, announced the completion of the multimillion dollar, hotel-wide transformation of Hyatt Regency Princeton.
“This much needed update was really dictated by customer demand,” said Dianne Pepe, director of sales and marketing for Hyatt Regency Princeton. “We’re ecstatic for our guests to revel in this new look and feel. We also have a terrific package to offer that will give them even greater value when they stay with us.”
All 330 guestrooms were fully refurbished with new carpet and furnishings fashioned in an earth-tone decor for ultimate relaxation. The fitness center and indoor pool were also revamped.
The hotel’s flexible meeting space now totals 32,000 square feet and can accommodate events for 10 to 1,200 attendees. Highlights include an all-glass private dining room for parties and chef events; a 4,300 square-foot Junior Ballroom; a state-of-the-art business center; and a total of 30 meeting rooms. Eleven new meeting/breakout rooms are located on a dedicated wing of the hotel’s main level. Each of the 11 meeting rooms ranges from 600 to 700 square feet and features a 10-foot high ceiling as well as an abundance of natural light.
In addition, a new, 175-seat restaurant, named Artisan Kitchen and Lounge, serves small plates of Mediterranean fare to share, complimented by a variety of entrees and daily specials. Homemade spirits, club-style seating, and seven flat screen televisions adorn the lounge.