Hyatt Place to open in Phoenix’s revitalised downtown area
The new Hyatt Place Phoenix/Downtown, owned and managed by Pacific Hospitality Group and built in partnership with Mortenson, will start hosting guests from September 2021.
This new 238-room, eight-storey property will cater for both business and leisure travellers in a modern space incorporating a full-service restaurant, 24-hour dining and a fitness centre.
Making a mark in Phoenix
Scheduled to open in September 2021, Hyatt Place Phoenix/Downtown is owned and managed by Pacific Hospitality Group, which is headquartered in Irvine, California. It’s being created in the heart of Arizona’s largest city in partnership with Minneapolis-based real estate and development company Mortenson.
“Hyatt Place Phoenix/Downtown is an ideal location and product for our world-class city, with the Orpheum Theater and Phoenix Convention Center steps away,” said David Belk, the property’s general manager and area general manager for Pacific Hospitality Group. “The vibrancy of the local area and what used to be known as theatre row is an exciting backdrop for us to build a prime destination for visitors to Phoenix.”
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A welcome addition to Arizona’s hospitality scene
This exciting property will house 238 spacious guestrooms, including seven suites, which all come with separate spaces for sleeping, working and playing, and amenities including a Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper.
Travellers will be able to make the most of a Breakfast Bar, dishing up hot food, fresh fruit, steel cut oatmeal and Greek yogurt, among other breakfast options. The Market will then offer freshly prepared grab-and-go options along with specialty coffee, while Adams Table Patio & Bar promises to combine a desert chic ambiance with Southwest and art deco elements.
On top of this, amenities throughout the hotel will include a fitness centre with cardio equipment, a necessities programme for forgotten items and free wifi. Events will be held in 6,348 sq ft of flexible space, as well as the 3,113 sq ft Revival Ballroom.
Griselda Chacon will serve as the hotel’s director of sales.
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