The Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City, designed by Portman Architects, celebrated its heyday and remains on track to open in fall 2022.
The state capital of Utah is anxiously awaiting the completion of a program that promises to significantly boost the city’s hotel offerings.
Improve the neighborhood
The 25-story Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City is celebrating its heyday, with the development team reporting that the Portman Architects-designed project is still on budget and is on track to launch in fall 2022.
When complete, it will accommodate guests in 700 rooms, supported by 60,000 square feet of event space, two restaurants, two lounges and a take-out market. The lobby will also provide an inviting space for travelers to relax, anchored by a double-sided stone clad fireplace.
Ambrish Baisiwala, CEO of Portman Holdings, said, “Today marks a milestone for Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City, a project Portman Holdings is proud to lead from development to construction. The property is a continuation of our 54-year relationship with Hyatt.
Robert Halverson, CEO of Portman Architects, added: “The design of the Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City offers a modern, clean and streamlined concept experience that takes full advantage of its unique site and works in harmony with the neighborhood.
Business and leisure
This new Hyatt Regency hotel will be located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. It will be attached to the Salt Palace Convention Center, making it an attractive option for business travelers.
“The Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City will bring a dynamic new hotel to the Salt Lake City market and is a prime example of our continued focus on growing upscale full-service hotels that will appeal to business and leisure travelers alike. Jordan said. Meisner, senior vice president of field operations for Hyatt. “I offer my congratulations and thank all members of the property and development team, investors, architectural and construction partners, as well as our state, county and city level partners, who have collaborated with us to carry out this development. production.”