Now Open | Hyatt Princeton’s New Event Space

By Connect Staff, April 7, 2014

The 330-room Hyatt Regency Princeton, located five minutes from Princeton University, added a 12,000-sq.-ft. meeting wing during renovations in 2013, bringing the hotel’s total event space to 32,000 square feet.

The new meeting wing has high ceilings and lots of natural light in 11 new meeting rooms, including the new 4,300-sq.-ft. Junior Ballroom. There are 30 meeting rooms total. The 9,306-sq.-ft. Regency Ballroom is the hotel’s largest and can hold 1,500 for receptions. Breakout rooms supplement the boardrooms for smaller meetings and sessions.

A complimentary shuttle takes attendees anywhere within five miles of the property, and attendees seeking outdoor activities can explore miles of jogging and walking trails in the area (maps provided by the hotel). Some family-friendly options in close proximity to the hotel include Six Flags Great Adventure theme park, Sesame Place and the boardwalk of the New Jersey beaches. The hotel is located one mile from Princeton Junction train station.

Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels

 

 

 

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