Hyatt Place and Hyatt House Brands Have Record-Setting 2017 With 48 Hotel Openings Worldwide
The Hyatt Place and Hyatt House brands continue their growth trajectory in key markets with the opening of 48 new hotels between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2017.
The Hyatt Place brand crossed the 300th hotel threshold with four openings during the last week of December 2017 – Hyatt Place Zhuhai Jinshi in China, Hyatt Place Keystone in Colo., Hyatt Place Hyderabad Banjara Hills in India, and Hyatt Place Knoxville/Downtown in Tenn. Additional brand landmarks included the first Hyatt Place hotels in Australia with Hyatt Place Melbourne, Essendon Fields and Bangkok with Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit.
In addition, the Hyatt Place brand continues to meet a strong demand and desire for quality, functional hotels near college campuses. Seven openings in cities adjacent to major universities in the United States included Hyatt Place Ann Arbor in Mich., Hyatt Place Chapel Hill/Southern Village in N.C., Hyatt Place Athens/Downtown in Ga., Hyatt Place State College in Penn., Hyatt Place Knoxville/Downtown in Tenn., Hyatt Place Madison/Verona in Wis., and Hyatt Place Blacksburg/University in Va.
The Hyatt House brand also celebrated a number of firsts with the opening of Hyatt House Anchorage, the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Alaska; Hyatt House New York/Chelsea, the first Hyatt House hotel to open in New York City; Hyatt House Washington D.C./The Wharf, the first Hyatt House hotel to open in the nation’s capital in D.C.’s trendy waterfront neighborhood; Hyatt House Düsseldorf/Andreas Quartier, the first Hyatt House hotel in Germany; Hyatt House Gebze, the first Hyatt House hotel in Turkey; and Hyatt House Mexico City/Santa Fe, the first Hyatt House hotel in Latin America.
The Hyatt Place and Hyatt House brands have grown by 42 percent over the last five years. Combined, there are more than 385 Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels open in more than 200 cities around the world, building a network that supports both corporate customers and transient guests.