Whether held entirely indoors, outdoors or a combination of both, Hyatt Regency Coconut Point weddings are distinctively elegant and sophisticated. Accommodating both small and large events, the resort offers a range of wedding packages and locations that can all be customized to meet the unique needs of every bride and groom. And while some resorts focus only on the wedding day, the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point plans for the before and after by offering a variety of activities for couples and guests to enjoy throughout their stay.
So that bride and groom don’t need to worry about working out every single detail, the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point provides a personal wedding specialist to every couple hosting Southwest Florida weddings at the resort. From helping with the catering and décor to running the rehearsal and decorating the honeymoon suite, the wedding specialists at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point are there to help in every aspect of the event.
For smaller events, couples hosting weddings at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point often hold their ceremonies and/or receptions in the Blue Heron or Great Egret rooms. Each space can accommodate up to 130 guests for an elegant formal dinner or 168 people for a more laid-back cocktail reception or ceremony.
Outdoor Ceremonies & Recptions
Those who prefer to take advantage of the Southwest Florida weather can choose from two different outdoor locations: the Royal Palm or the Cypress Courtyards. Surrounded by swaying palm trees, each location offers views of Estero Bay and can be set up for a ceremony, reception or cocktail hour. The Cypress Courtyard accommodates 580 guests for a sit-down dinner and 737 for a cocktail reception while the larger Royal Palm can host up to 1,368 people for a cocktail hour and 1,080 for a formal meal.
The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point also has two different grand ballrooms, each with a terrace ideal for a cocktail hour. The Estero Ballroom and Terrace can seat 380 people for a sit-down dinner and host 484 guests for a cocktail reception. Featuring luxurious décor, including grand cathedral ceilings, elegant chandeliers and a martini bar, the Calusa Ballroom can seat 560 people for dinner or hold 726 for a reception. The adjoining Calusa Terrace can also seat 600 guests for dinner or host 768 for cocktails.
A culinary staff of experts meets with each couple to help plan the wedding menu, whether it be a sit-down affair or simple cocktail reception. Couples hosting Southwest Florida destination weddings at the resort are also able to choose from a range of wedding cakes designed by the resort pastry chef.
It’s All in the Details
Couples saying “I do” at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point can also choose from a range of services and amenities to make planning a bit easier. Whether you need entertainment, décor (including ice sculptures), valet parking or a marriage license, the staff at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point can accommodate every need. And when the time comes to hire a Southwest Florida wedding photographer, look no further than Jennifer Angeloro Photography, a local photographer familiar not only with the area, but the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point resort, it’s staff and every photographic opportunity the venue has to offer.