The work at the Downtown riverfront hotel includes new carpeting, wall coverings and light fixtures.
Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront’s meeting space renovation is complete.
The project comprises a new color palette, and new carpeting, wall coverings and light fixtures.
“Our new space features modern and sophisticated updates that will enhance the meeting experience for events of all sizes, from small intimate gatherings to large-scale conferences and hybrid functions,” Joe Hindsley, general manager, said in a news release.
The color palette changed from dark earth tones to more neutral blues and grays. The new carpet features a range of dark blues accented by line-work patterns, and the space has been refreshed with light gray wall coverings, dark gray and taupe accent walls, deep gray entry doors with gold finishes and new chandeliers, light fixtures and more.
The release states the project includes the elevator waiting areas and meeting space restrooms.
The Downtown hotel at 225 E. Coastline Drive has 118,000 square feet of indoor event space and 20,000 square feet of deck space that overlooks the St. Johns River.
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