Hyatt Revamps Rooms At Queensland Resort

Hyatt has unveiled the latest in a series of refurbishments at its Queensland resort, Hyatt Regency Coolum. The first phase in a complete refurbishment of 156 King rooms has been completed, including upgrades to the property’s Golf Villas, Lakefront Villas and health club facilities.

An initial 12 refurbished rooms are now open to guests – now named Golf King and Garden King rooms – with others to be completed in coming months. 

Measuring 46 square metres, the new King rooms offer large bedroom and living areas, en suites and outdoor patio areas with views of the golf course, lakes or gardens. Each room has been given a contemporary design and colour scheme.

“A new generation of guests is embracing Hyatt Regency Coolum and we’re investing heavily to ensure the resort continues to be relevant and stylish,” said the hotel’s General Manager, Maurice Holland. “As one of Australia’s first and best-known integrated luxury resorts we want to be not only a pioneer in Queensland tourism but also a constantly evolving part of the future.”   

Hyatt Regency Coolum’s two-bedroom Golf Villas and Lakefront Villas were refurbished late last year, following a AU$4 million (US$4.2 million) refurbishment of hotel’s spa the previous year. Other recent developments at resort include the new-look McKenzie Grill, and a brand new Dune Beach Club offering a new outdoor venue for events.