The last revolution in hotel architecture began in 1967, with the opening of the John Portman–designed Hyatt Regency Atlanta. The hotel’s soaring, 21-story atrium lobby transformed the image of the big convention hotel. The concept was copied in hotels around the world and established Hyatt’s reputation as an innovator.
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