In honor of its 35th anniversary, downtown landmark Hyatt Regency Dallas underwent a $50 million renovation.
“This hotel has become an iconic part of the Dallas skyline since the first guest checked in here on April 22, 1978,” said Fred Euler, general manager of Hyatt Regency Dallas. "We want to celebrate that, but at the same time we are always looking forward."
The facade remains the same, so take a virtual step inside to see the interior changes.
Woodbine Development Corporation oversaw the internal cosmetic project, which centered around a gray and steel palette with pops of yellow.
One unique feature of the updated guestrooms is the metal wall sculpture by the headboards.
New contemporary guestrooms boast comfortable beds; flat-screen, high-definition TV; desk; and cozy lounge chair. An etching of the Trinity River on a glass mirror creates a Dallas-inspired focal point.
Sleek new bathrooms include backlit mirrors with a free-standing vanity and a collage of Dallas-inspired imagery screen-printed onto metal.
New carpet in the gray-and-yellow color scheme, coupled with sidelight towers at the doors, creates a warm, welcoming effect in the hallways.
The Hyatt Regency Dallas makeover also included a sexy, modern redo of Monduel's, the bar in the hotel atrium. Although it doesn't have the views of upstairs neighbor Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, as a spot to grab a drink, it does the trick.