Hyatt Regency Phoenix

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Hyatt Regency Phoenix
Hyatt Regency Phoenix
Hotel chainHyatt Hotels Corporation
General information
LocationDowntown Phoenix
Address122 North 2nd Street
Town or cityPhoenix
CountryUnited States
Coordinates33°27′00″N 112°04′18″W / 33.4499°N 112.0718°W / 33.4499; -112.0718
Roof317 ft (97 m)
Top floor24
Technical details
Floor count24
Design and construction
ArchitectCharles Luckman and Associates
The 8 story atrium.

The Hyatt Regency Phoenix is a convention hotel in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, United States. It is 317 feet (97 m) tall and has 24 floors. It was completed in 1976. The top floor has a revolving restaurant. It was designed by Charles Luckman and Associates to complement the Phoenix Civic Plaza (now called Phoenix Convention Center) and Phoenix Symphony Hall. The hotel's façade is clad in textured split ribbed concrete block.

The hotel lobby and restaurants occupy the main level. The second floor features meeting rooms and an additional restaurant while an atrium rises 8 stories. Floors 9 through 21 house guest rooms. Floors 22 and 23 house mechanical equipment and are called "the neck of the Compass". The Compass Restaurant sits atop the hotel on floor 24. The Compass is Arizona's only revolving restaurant. The elevator bank offers two enclosed guest elevators and three "scenic elevators", which glide upward from the lobby, through the atrium and, finally, on the building's exterior, offering views of downtown Phoenix and of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Hyatt Regency Phoenix Christmas Tree

The hotel has 693 guest rooms, four restaurants, a swimming pool,[1] 42,000 square feet (3,900 m2) of meeting space, and various retail outlets.

The Hyatt Regency Phoenix was chosen by the NFL as the headquarters hotel for Super Bowl XLII which was played in nearby Glendale in February 2008.

On July 1, 2008, the Hyatt Regency Phoenix was sold for $96 million to Los Angeles-based DiNapoli Capital Partners.


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