Houston luxury hotel’s renovation includes a Shula’s Steak House and new meeting spaces
Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 25, 2010 — Hyatt Regency Houston hotel, a prominent landmark in the downtown Houston skyline since 1972, has completed its comprehensive, $50 million transformation including the renovation of all 947 guestrooms, a redesigned LobbiBar, and 71,300 square feet of refreshed meeting space. The Houston luxury hotel’s dining facilities now also include Texas’ first Shula’s Steak House.
At the center of the transformation are new guestrooms at the Houston hotel designed with rich hues of chocolate, silver, and beige. All rooms are fitted with the signature Hyatt Grand Bed complete with a pillow-top mattress and three-part Comfort Support System. Long, sleek work desks have been added with wall-mounted, plug-n-play consoles for Internet connectivity. Dark wood furnishings, contemporary lighting and 32-inch high-definition, flat panel televisions complete the new room style. Guestroom baths include a spacious, walk-in shower, a glamorous, black marble-top vanity and matching black marble flooring.