Following the completion of a $16 million rooms renovation in late 2012, Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay is debuting the highly anticipated final phase of its $20 million transformation. This second project included a full revamp of all public spaces to match the fresh look and feel of the 442 guest rooms and suites, an all-new dining experience at 1823 Kitchen and Bar and an innovative tech lounge within the hotel lobby.
With the introduction of 1823 Kitchen and Bar, Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay has added another dining option to its lineup, which includes two of Tampa’s renowned restaurants: Oystercatchers and Armani’s. Paying tribute to the year that Tampa was founded, 1823 Kitchen and Bar, which is located in the hotel’s refreshed lobby, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1823’s lounge offers a relaxed area to enjoy a cocktail or a signature starter.
The final phase of the renovation included the addition of an innovative tech lounge. Located in the hotel lobby and open to all guests free of charge, the tech lounge has plenty of plush, comfortable seating, a large community table for laptops and strategically placed outlets for charging devices. High-speed wired and wireless Internet is available as well as two desktop computers, which are free for the first 15 minutes of use. Servers deliver food and beverage orders from the adjacent lobby bar.