Hyatt Regency Valencia and Dimension Development have announced the completion of an expansive transformation of Hyatt Regency Valencia, and the introduction of Greater Pacific, a destination dining experience.
Focusing on providing guests with a modern and effortless travel experience, the project enhanced all 244 guest rooms and suites, the lobby, public spaces, and all indoor and outdoor meeting spaces.
Guests now arrive to a welcoming lobby, which opens to the sights and scents of Greater Pacific’s bar.
Guestrooms feature modern design elements with a focus on premium style and comfort. Guests will enjoy large work desks, ergonomic chairs, and spacious bathrooms with upscale amenities and glass enclosed showers. Select rooms feature balconies, or views overlooking the pool, golf course or mountains.
The hotel’s 16,000 square feet of meeting space has been updated with energy-efficient lighting and each indoor ballroom features 20 foot ceilings adorned with grand chandeliers.
Newly redesigned outdoor meeting space includes lush flower gardens, vine-covered terraces and manicured greens.
The hotel’s new signature restaurant, Greater Pacific, features contemporary décor with Asian and Californian influences and brings fresh fare to the community well beyond the traditional restaurants in the area.
Greater Pacific’s menu illuminates a rich variety of approachable flavours and boldly crafted recipes of this country’s most fruitful state.
“Our menu is based on an entirely new type of movement, sea-to-table. Greater Pacific presents the essence of California life, representing the farmers and fisherman of this state in the most delicious and delectable way,” said Mark Kirsch, general manager.
Located in Valencia, California, just 20 miles from Los Angeles, Hyatt Regency Valencia is minutes from top attractions, including Six Flags and Universal Studios.