Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino recently completed a $20 million renovation of its guestrooms, Sierra Café and the Spa Terrace Conference Center. Located in the Sierras with iconic lake and mountain views, the resort transformation features a complete redesign of the property’s 422 guestrooms and suites, as well as a completely new look for the resort’s approachable all-day dining restaurant, Sierra Café, the casual market, Tahoe Provisions, and the Spa Terrace Conference Center. Inspired by the lake and the Sierras, the architect created a truly unique mountain respite at Lake Tahoe that genuinely captures the region’s pristine natural beauty. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort’s 422 guestrooms and suites completed an $18 million renovation featuring a new, contemporary and luxurious “Grand Lodge”-style look. A warm and inviting ambiance has been created with the addition of an oak floating headboard, credenzas and nightstands with touches of brushed steel and dark leather, complementing carpeting in shades of slate gray and mocha. Inside each new room, modern amenities now include a newly remodeled bathroom featuring contemporary back-lit mirrors and modern showers, “jack packs,” all-in-one multimedia hubs that easily pair the television with laptops or DVD players, and locally-themed artwork. The Lake Tahoe luxury resort’s all-day dining restaurant, Sierra Café, completed a $1.5 million redesign and renovation offering an entirely new, mountain-contemporary look. Featuring 208-seats of indoor and outdoor dining space, the new restaurant is meant to appeal not only to hotel guests but also locals and features gorgeous views of the beautiful natural scenery of the verdant forest and mountainside. Contemporary oak tables and leather seating adorn the dining room space, including a new ‘Chef’s Table,’ ideal for buffet’s or an intimate private event. A large fireplace, constructed with natural stones and rich woods, acts as the focal point for the room. The new Meeting Space features seven meeting rooms from 3,000 square feet and a high-tech boardroom with seating up to 12 people. Staying true to the luxury resort’s contemporary “Grand-Lodge” look, all of the newly-appointed meeting and function areas in the Conference Center are attractively remodeled with a fresh and warm color palette, including new carpeting, wall coverings and credenzas, and enhanced audiovisual and technology capabilities, including an up-to-date sound system and drop-down screens. The space now boasts hues of rich mocha and slate gray and provides a modern and welcoming ambiance amidst the mountainous surroundings with locally-inspired works of art.
Project Status: Built
- Barbara Turpin-Vickroy, Interior Design Director: CCS ARCHITECTURE
- Sara Klocke, Interior Designer: CCS ARCHITECTURE
- Cass Calder Smith, Design Principal: CCS ARCHITECTURE
- Bryan Southwick, Project Architect: CCS ARCHITECTURE