Hyatt Regency Indianapolis has completed the first phase of its multimillion-dollar renovation, which includes the opening of its completely renovated revolving rooftop restaurant, The Eagle’s Nest, as well as a redesign of the hotel’s more than 35,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event spaces, ground floor restaurants, lobby and fitness center. The hotel is managed by Columbia Sussex.
The hotel’s renovation is inspired by the city’s history in jazz. Additionally, the hotel’s aesthetic focuses on warm and rich tones that rhythmically come together. The redesigned restaurant, The Eagle’s Nest, includes new flooring, furniture, lighting, artwork, wine display and lighting enhancements. The renovated meeting and event space is designed to reflect the hotel’s contemporary, upscale design with new carpeting, lighting and furniture. Spaces such as the 1,000-sq.-ft. Studio Lounge have been entirely redesigned to improve functionality and create more open floorplans.
With the renovation, the hotel also introduces its newest dining concept, fat Rooster diner, which offers freshly-sourced farm-to-table dining with a casual diner feel. Additionally, with the first phase of the hotel’s redesign, the Level One lounge has been updated.
The renovation’s second phase, which is anticipated to be completed in early 2020, will include guestrooms and suites, the indoor pool and additional public spaces.
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