Hyatt Regency Indianapolis recently began a $19 million guest-room renovation and upgrade project.
The project is set to be done in January.
The renovation includes all 499 guest rooms, suites and the downtown hotel’s corridors, including 25 Respire hypo-allergenic rooms specially designed for allergy sufferers.
The guest rooms will feature ergonomic workstations, custom woodwork and contemporary bathrooms, including glass showers.
Rooms will also have new wired and wireless technology, including radio frequency identification guest-room locks, iHome stations and 37-inch LCD flat-screen televisions, in-room safes and mini-refrigerators. Media hubs easily pair the television with laptops and the latest multimedia technology.
“The project will be the most substantial renovation of Hyatt Regency Indianapolis since its opening in 1976,” said Brian Comes, the hotel’s general manager.