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July 14, 2022

Park Hyatt Chicago reopens after $60m transformation

The redesigning of suites and guestrooms was undertaken by design firm Anderson/Miller.

Hyatt Hotels ’ Park Hyatt branded property in Chicago, Illinois, US has reopened its doors for guests, following a $60m transformation.

Located in Chicago’s Michigan Avenue, the hotel now features 146 redesigned guestrooms and spacious 36 suites.

It includes addition of 23 new suites and introduction of various new suite categories and a refreshed lobby design.

The redesigning of suites and guestrooms was undertaken by the design firm Anderson/Miller.

The company refreshed fixtures, furniture as well as the wall and floor coverings of the rooms.

Other in-room facilities include in-room dining, an integrated media hub, bathrooms with retractable doors and triple-pane glass windows.

The hotel will also soon introduce a Wellbeing Suite, equipped with exercise equipment.

Park Hyatt Chicago general manager Rike Erdbrink said: “For this renovation project, we focused on lightening and brightening the hotel’s interiors to create a more modern space, while maintaining the understated luxury of the Park Hyatt brand to offer our travellers a contemporary respite to enjoy alongside our stellar amenities and immersive culinary options.”

Park Hyatt Chicago offers three different dining options for its guests including NoMI Kitchen, serving American cuisine rooted in French techniques.

NoMI Lounge combines a bar and six-seat sushi counter offering wide variety of delicacies and snacks.

The third restaurant, NoMI Garden, has an open-air terrace space and provides panoramic views.

Furthermore, in the renovated public spaces of the hotel, guests can find artworks from various local artists and galleries.

The property also features NoMI Spa, with a newly opened treatment room and a new menu featuring treatments by brand emerginC.

The spa services also include customisable treatments, facial marma point therapy, massages with a facial component and rhythmic tapping of acupressure points to relive stress.

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