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Hyatt Princeton converts small meeting rooms

PRINCETON, N.J. — A new management company has made the Hyatt Regency Princeton more appealing to small meetings by converting some guest rooms into conference rooms.

Davidson Hotels and Resorts, which has managed the hotel since 2011, turned 17 guest rooms and suites and a gift shop into a wing with 11 hard-walled conference rooms, each 600 to  700 square feet in size.

A junior ballroom was configured from other spaces and a private dining room was fashioned from a lounge that was moved to a larger space. The property now has 32,000 square feet of meeting space, including 30 meeting rooms.

The hotel has spent $19 million on refurbishments, including its 330 guest rooms and public areas.

A new cocktail lounge, a Mediterranean restaurant and the updated Catch a Rising Star Comedy Club round out the improvements.

The property is one mile from the Princeton Junction train station.