Elevated comfort and convenience in L.A.
At first glance, Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport appears to be merely a hotel conveniently located near the busiest airport on the West Coast. However, a recent $75 million renovation brings to the forefront vibrant, mid-century influenced design; expansive, world-class meeting amenities; and cuisine inspired by the Asian and Latino communities of L.A.
Attentive service is of the utmost importance in every guest’s stay, which often begins and ends with a ride from the area’s only 24-hour shuttle service.
Due to its recent transformation, the Hyatt Regency LAX is the most luxurious option available in the vicinity of the airport. It is tooled for the business traveler as much as it is for the family, serving as a surprising oasis.
The hotel’s 580 freshly renovated, deluxe guest rooms include 23 suites and a 1,073-square-foot Presidential Suite. Each room has been thoughtfully remodeled to feature modern, polished design touches against soothing, plush grays with pops of color throughout that tie the space together. Enjoy the 55-inch, wall-mounted flat-screen TV and high-speed Wi-Fi in every room. The shower in your well-lit bathroom will be nothing short of soothing thanks to the rain shower.
The most relaxing feature, however, is one that can’t be seen. Quadruple-pane, soundproof windows keep the noise of the airport out while allowing the beautiful visuals of the runway in. What this ensures is a tranquil stay and, most importantly, a peaceful night’s rest.
The Meeting Space
The more than 50,000 square feet of meeting space at Hyatt Regency LAX has much more to offer than sheer volume. Thanks to the recent renovation, the expansive area is also state of the art. Beautiful, modern ceiling fixtures illuminate each ballroom, and the wide array of customized furniture makes the event possibilities endless, allowing each planner to tailor the meeting space to fit exactly his or her needs.
The Los Angeles hotel has one of the largest meeting rooms in the area at 14,000 square feet, and it features an outdoor event lawn that accommodates up to 750 guests. The 10,000-square-foot brand-new conference center is the perfect venue for guests to interact with each other and get inspired.
Two new and distinct restaurants will have opened at Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport by the time the renovation is completed on January 1, 2017.
The convenience-geared Open Market features stations with a slew of options: grab-and-go salads and sandwiches, Illy coffee, and made-to-order items.
Unity LA will be the all-day, sit-down dining destination, with its decor an extension of the same mid-century and modern hybrid design angles you see elsewhere in the hotel. Both menus, designed by executive chef Charles Fusco, are inspired by the cuisine of the diverse communities found throughout Los Angeles.