The Hyatt Regency Coral Gables in Miami has completed a four-month renovation encompassing each of its mezzanine-level meeting rooms, as well as its once-popular Alcazaba nightclub, which has been converted into a 3,711-square-foot ballroom and still has its iconic bar in the center of it, the hotel announced this week.
The Mediterranean-style hotel -- which has 253 guest rooms and 19,000 square feet of meeting space -- designed its updated meeting spaces in the style of the Alhambra Palace in Granada Spain.
The property also has revamped its food and beverage offerings in the same spirit: Its signature Two Sisters restaurant, which opened in 1987, has new décor and a new menu.
"Our guests have always appreciated how our contemporary spaces reflect the city's Spanish influences, so we kept with the same Mediterranean theme, but added a modern twist in our famous restaurant and ballrooms," said General Manager Jeffrey Babcock. "Our goal with these renovations is to continue to bring people from around the world to our hotel and to enjoy all that Coral Gables and the City of Miami has to offer."