Savings at the Grand Hyatt DFW

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

INSIDE GRAND HYATT DFW: Renovation Series - Food & Beverage Enhancements

As part of its $13 million renovation project, the Grand Hyatt DFW is pleased to present a few new additions to the dining outlets.


Located directly off of the lobby, the first outlet you'll find is Moka, our 24-hour coffee café. Once attached to the end of the M Lounge bar, the newly re-conceptualized space has its own walk-up counter featuring beautiful glass display cases of the tempting grab-n-go options.

Moka enhancement overview:
  • A dedicated walk-up counter/grab-and-go
  • Serving premium illy® Café beverages, breakfast, lunch and late-night meals including pastries, quiches, hearty sandwiches and gourmet desserts. Gluten-free options are also available.
  • illy® Café Artisti del Gusto: Moka has qualified for this designation, and our guests can look forward to enjoying an authentic Italian/European coffee experience featuring the illy® brand.

Monday, September 19, 2011

INSIDE GRAND HYATT DFW: Renovation Series - Artwork

Hard to miss, easy to appreciate - I'm referring to the 1,300 pieces of new artwork adorning the walls of our newly enhanced hotel.

Brought to the project by Dallas design firm Seifert Murphy, Richard Bettinger has shared with us his style of Decompressionism in unique, light-based images.

I'll let Richard explain Decompressionism:
"By using a finely crafted combination of camera movement, shutter speed and lens manipulation, I am able to take a subject away from being real, or compressed, into something having the appearance of being decompressed and set free. This way I have recorded movement with my still camera, making my subject appear as if it were echoing itself or being followed by its own history revealing a delightful ambiguity."