Hyatt Hotels Corporation
) upscale brands, HYATT house, recently made its debut in Georgia
with the opening of a hotel in Atlanta. Christened HYATT house
Atlanta/Cobb Galleria - the new property was developed and
unveiled by Noble Investment Group and Interstate Hotels &
HYATT house Atlanta/Cobb Galleria is ideally positioned at the
juncture of Cobb Galleria's Interstate-75 and Interstate-285 in
Northwest Corridor, Atlanta. The hotel lies in close proximity to
One Overton Park Galleria, Life University and Cobb Galleria
HYATT house Atlanta/Cobb Galleria featuring 149 guestrooms and
suites, also has meeting space measuring 2,000 square feet. The
resort will offer various other amenities like restaurants,
swimming pools, spa and a fitness center.
Atlanta, the capital of Georgia, is home to the world's
largest home improvement retailer,
The Home Depot, Inc.
). Other big companies like
General Electric Company
) also have their offices here. Hence, Atlanta is of strategic
importance for a hotel company as it is an important destination
for business travelers. HYATT house Atlanta/Cobb Galleria, which
is easily accessible from various corporate hubs and social
centers, will likely create a strong guest base, going ahead.
Introduced in 2012, the company's HYATT house brand was
previously known as Hyatt Summerfield Suites and Hotel Sierra. It
comprises small-to-mid sized residential-type contemporary
hotels. As of now, nearly 54 unique properties are currently
under the HYATT house brand spread throughout 50 locations in the
HYATT house boasts prestigious hotels such as HYATT house
Charlotte Airport, North Carolina, HYATT house Hartford
North/Windsor, Connecticut and HYATT house
Chicago/Naperville/Warrenville, Ill. As a part of the Hyatt
group, these properties get to reap the benefits of its much
greater scale in the industry.
Hyatt currently carries a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold).
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