Openings in Seattle; Busan, South Korea; Sarasota; San Diego; Manchester, UK; and Reno>>
Seattle – Hyatt Regency Seattle has opened in the heart of downtown, two blocks from the Washington State Convention Center. The 1,260-room property is the largest hotel in the Pacific Northwest. All rooms have 65-inch TVs and floor-to-ceiling windows. There is a fitness center, a Hyatt Regency Club, 103,000 square feet of meeting space, several restaurants and a 24-hour grab-and-go market.
Busan, South Korea – The 225-room Fairfield by Marriott Hotel has opened. It features a restaurant, fitness center, flexible workspaces in the lobby and a meeting room for up to 30 people. The hotel is located a seven-minute walk from the subway station and a 40-minute drive from the international airport.
Sarasota – Embassy Suites by Hilton Sarasota has opened, near downtown and the Sarasota Convention Center. The 180-suite hotel offers a shuttle to Sarasota Airport, free breakfast, a restaurant, 24-hour market, 3,262 square feet of meeting space, an outdoor pool and complimentary WiFi.
San Diego – Moxy San Diego has opened, the first for the brand in the state. The 126-room property offers free WiFi, 55-inch flat-screen smart TV’s in rooms, an open lobby with large TV’s for presentation projection, three meals served daily in the lobby, and a bar.
Manchester, UK – Hotel Indigo Manchester-Victoria Station has opened, adjacent to Exchange Square. The 187-room property, in a restored historic building, features a restaurant and bar, 24-hour fitness center and free WiFi.
Reno – WoodSpring Suites Reno Sparks has opened, the brand’s first hotel in Nevada. The 122-room hotel is minutes from downtown. Each room features a full-sized refrigerator and free WiFi. The hotel has an expanded lobby with a coffee station, fitness center and guest laundry room.