BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. – Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa has announced a multimillion-dollar guest room renovation in recognition of its 20-year anniversary. The updates will include a complete transformation of the property’s 426 rooms and 28 suites. The project is expected to be completed in fall 2021.
Rhett Wilson, director of sales and marketing at Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa, said: “The inspiration of the renovation is intended to showcase our incredible tropical scenery that we enjoy here in southwest Florida with ocean blues, light greens, and accents of wood from coconut trees. We look forward to introducing the new rooms to provide a comfortable and modern travel experience paired with unmatched service and care provided by our extraordinary colleagues.”
The updated guest rooms will showcase a sophisticated tropical feel with new hard wood flooring, coconut wood bed frames, and modern furnishing and décor. Featuring light green and ocean blues, the rooms provide bright and airy accommodations representative of the resort’s waterfront location. The new rooms also feature new sandy-colored light fixtures, accent chairs, and patio furniture matching the tropical theme. In addition, the resort updated its corridors with wavy light grey and green carpeting, soft shadowing reminiscent of breeze-blown sand, and dark brown furniture and fixtures.
The new rooms complement the resort’s recently renovated meeting spaces and lobby. The updated meeting space features light grey carpeting with ocean blue curved lines intertwined to complement the resort’s waterfront location. Ballrooms also include brand-new light fixtures in a sandy beige color, stages surrounded by deep grey and blue drapes, and red chairs.
Throughout the past 20 years, the resort has hosted more than four million guests and held more than 12,000 meetings onsite.