14 New Hyatt Place and Hyatt House Locations Are Opening Across the US

by Anthony Losanno
Hyatt Place Fort Lauderdale

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Hyatt House and Hyatt Place are not the most glamorous places to stay, but they offer clean, comfortable, and affordable rooms (often near airports or in areas without a lot of hotel options). Hyatt has been working to expand its portfolio’s footprint and just announced that it will be adding 14 new locations this year.

This growth includes expanding in new markets where there are no Hyatt hotels and the expansion of airport locations into key markets. Some of the new Hyatt House and Hyatt Place locations opening this year include:

Jim Tierney, Senior Vice President, Development and Owner Relations at Hyatt, said:

As part of Hyatt’s commitment to listen to our owners and take action on their feedback, Hyatt continues to identify white space in sought-after markets. Based on our intentional growth strategy, we focus on growing in new markets and expanding our base with new developers and owners without creating intra-brand competition.”

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Hyatt’s pipeline of select service brands is the fastest growing segment of Hyatt’s portfolio in the US. Airports have been key markets for Hyatt since Jay Pritzker founded it in 1957 with the purchase of the Hyatt House motel adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Hyatt is adding a further presence with the following airport locations this year:

Anthony’s Take: One of the biggest complaints that I hear about being loyal to Hyatt is that the footprint is too small. Hyatt has made huge strides over the past few years with partnerships, acquisitions, and new builds. While it’s not the size of Marriott or Hilton (and likely never will be), it serves my needs well in most markets.

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1 comment

Tony September 18, 2023 - 8:52 am

You didn’t mention the one one Crismon Rd in Mesa Arizona that just started construction. How long does it take to build one and when will this one open?


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