Hyatt Place Opens Third Hotel in Houston Area
Tuesday January 14th, 2014 - 3:12PM BPA
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HOUSTON—Hyatt Hotels Corporation and New Horizons Hospitality today opened Hyatt Place Houston/The Woodlands, the third Hyatt Place in the Houston area.
“The Woodlands is a fast-growing Houston suburb with a diverse resident and business base, as well as popular restaurants, attractions, and entertainment venues,” stated Elias Contreras, general manager, Hyatt Place Houston/The Woodlands. “No matter why guests are visiting the area, we are confident the Hyatt Place Houston/The Woodlands will exceed their expectations and provide them with everything they need for their multitasking lifestyles while they are away from home.”
The Woodlands is home to the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Woodlands Mall, Market Street, Woodlands Waterway, as well as several corporate campuses. Hyatt Place Houston/The Woodlands offers 146 rooms, all of which feature a swiveling 46-in. HDTV, the Hyatt Grand Bed and more than 6,100 sq. ft. of meeting space.
“As The Woodlands continues to grow and thrive economically, we are excited to add to the community’s momentum by teaming up with Hyatt to bring the first Hyatt Place hotel to the area,” stated Aly Valiani, VP, New Horizons Hospitality Inc. “Whether we are welcoming business or leisure travelers, we know that our guests will appreciate the comfortable and functional amenities offered at Hyatt Place Houston/The Woodlands, including free WiFi, made-to-order food around the clock, and the StayFit Gym.”
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