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Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego renovates highest venue on West Coast waterfront

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The newly renovated Bayview meeting space at the Manchester Grand Hyatt offers panoramic views of the city from the tower’s 32nd floor. Photo courtesy of J Public Relations.

The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego continues to progress with its multimillion dollar renovation as it reinvents the 32nd floor, located within the hotel’s Seaport Tower.

Construction was recently completed on Bayview, a 2,700-square-foot private event space and California’s highest waterfront venue, and opened in late October.

Bayview is the largest of four venues, and each will echo the contemporary design aesthetic that has been introduced throughout the hotel as part of the property wide transformation.

Originally built and used as a private residence, Bayview features an expansive balcony with panoramic views of San Diego Bay, Coronado Island, Point Loma and the city skyline. Bayview can accommodate groups of up to 150 for a reception and 90 people for dinner -- ideal for intimate weddings, receptions, board meetings and social functions. The 32nd floor allows groups the added benefit of exclusivity by granting hosts the ability to contain meetings and events to their own private floor.

“This has been one the most anticipated phases of the renovation since this area has never been open to the public,” said John Schafer, area vice president and general manager of Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. “The updated design and impressive, elevated views will provide a wonderful backdrop for meetings and celebrations of all occasions."

The hotel recently completed the first and second phases of the renovation with the redesign of all 1,628-guest rooms and suites, Grand Club, fitness center and four expansive ballrooms.

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