Hyatt to Rebrand Hyatt Regency Indian Wells

Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Trinity Investments have announced the planned rebranding of Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa to Grand Hyatt Indian Wells Resort & Villas, slated to debut in September. The rebrand will follow a $64 million property-wide renovation that will "ushers in a new era of luxury" for the desert resort. The project will result in redesigned guestrooms and villas, an expanded lobby experience, elevated accommodations, refreshed meeting and event spaces, two new dining concepts and a renovated pool complex with extended cabana offerings.

In fact, the property’s 531 accommodations, including 39 suites, have already completed their renovations, while 43 one- and two-bedroom private villas are set to debut by November 2024. Grand Hyatt Indian Wells will provide large guestrooms, with 550 square feet of living space. Guests can choose from various configurations, including one king bed, two king beds, rooms with full-sized bunkbeds and more. The new villas will offer premium amenities for guests, including a private backyard with a hot tub, plunge pool or fire pit, kitchenette with refrigerators, access to an adults only spa, and golf cart escorts around the property. 

The resort will also debut two new restaurant concepts—Tía Carmen and Carmocha—in collaboration with Chef Angelo Sosa. Tía Carmen will pay homage to Chef Sosa’s Aunt (Tía) Carmen, and celebrate the local landscape, farmers and community of the Southwest, reflecting a mix of tradition and modernity, while Carmocha will "reinvent" global small plates from the perspective of Angelo’s Tía Carmen if she had traveled around the world and came back from her journeys to put her own spin on some of the dazzling array of international flavors she experienced.  

The new Grand Hyatt Indian Wells will additionally unveil enhancements to the spacious outdoor recreation area with expanded cabanas fit for large groups and families, as well as new dining options including a food truck, Palmadoro’s, serving pizza and signature Italian bites, and a refreshed café, offering poolside favorites. Grand Hyatt Indian Wells’ pool experience is also home the largest waterpark in the Greater Palm Springs desert, HyTides, which includes nine pools, a set of 30-foot high (150-feet in length) dueling waterslides, a 450-foot lazy river and more.    

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