Hyatt Regency Dubai will begin a major face-lift on Thursday, after having served international tourists for more than two decades in one of Dubai's prime locations.
The project involves structural changes to the interior, including a new lobby, uniquely designed rooms and suites, an additional outlet, refinement of several outlets and further conference facilities. The process will be completed by middle of next year.
Throughout the period, the hotel will be open to guests and visitors, though some outlets, facilities and areas will be closed or access will be limited. The hotel's main entrance will be closed until September. Therefore, access will be through the corniche entrance. Valet parking is, of course, available at the new location.
The lobby will feature a new 24-hour café, a relocated reception and structural changes to the main front entrance.
Gordon Campbell, general manager, said: "Over 24 years, we've welcomed over 3.5 million guests, each of whom has experienced Hyatt Regency Dubai's unique hospitality. Now we are drawing upon our wealth of experience they have shared with us to refine our offering."