Grand Hyatt San Antonio, located on the city’s River Walk, completed a renovation of guest rooms, meeting spaces, bar, corridors and lobby in time for its 10th anniversary.

“Grand Hyatt San Antonio is thrilled to celebrate 10 years of service to our guests and the City of San Antonio as its premiere meeting and leisure hotel,” said Ed Bucholtz, general manager of Grand Hyatt San Antonio.

“In time for our 10th anniversary, we completed a renovation providing guests with a new luxurious guest room experience, expansive meeting space with state-of-the-art technology for groups and those hosting elegant affairs, an urbane bar and lounge with contemporary seating serving the latest craft beverages, and a sophisticated lobby to ensure leisure and business travelers are comfortable and feel at home," he added.

The property offers 1,003 guest rooms including 46 suites with panoramic views of the city. The hotel’s corridors were also featured in the renovation including new carpet and wall coverings.

Grand Hyatt San Antonio is located next to San Antonio’s Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and connected to the Alamodome via a foot bridge. The hotel features 115,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space for company meetings and events. The colors of the up-to-date wall coverings complement the meeting rooms’ new carpeting. The meeting rooms are modernized with advanced lighting; state-of-the-art reader boards; the latest in audiovisual technology; and high-tech special effects to help planners bring their meetings to life.

The hotel’s function space features 13 indoor and outdoor venues, including the 30,900-square-foot Texas Ballroom and a 5,200-square-foot balcony space overlooking the city and river.

Completing the hotel’s renovation, Grand Hyatt San Antonio increased the amount of seating in its Bar Rojo, adding new furniture that incorporates imbedded electrical outlets and wireless technology into table tops and leather chairs. Hotel amenities also include a heated roof-top pool, fitness center and three restaurants.