Legat Architects

Fine-tuned to Save Costs

When the initial architect’s design proved too costly, the developer turned to Legat’s hospitality experts to “fine-tune it to the marketplace.” Legat redesigned the concept, changing it from two separate five-story hotel buildings to a single nine-story building that houses both hotels.

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The Bend

The Hyatt Place/Hyatt House rises as the first and largest structure on The Bend, a mixed-use development that transforms an old industrial site into a vibrant, livable community.

“The twin nine-story hotels offer upscale comforts for both leisure and business travelers, a distinctive ninth-floor lounge with panoramic river views, as well as access to miles of unobstructed riverfront and a bald eagle habitat. They promise to be the most compelling hotel options in the Quad Cities.”

The River Room

On the ninth floor, The River Room bar/lounge offers panoramic river views of the Mississippi.

explore the river room

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