Tokyo, Japan; Campestre Leon, Mexico; Chantilly, France; and Fresno and Mountain View, CA, all have new Hyatt properties.
Hyatt Place Tokyo Bay marks the debut of the Hyatt Place brand in Japan. This hotel includes 363 guestrooms with three suites, 2,110 sq. ft. of meeting space, the Gallery Kitchen, and a 24/7 family-friendly restaurant with two private rooms that can accommodate from 14 to 60.
The Hyatt Centric brand has entered Mexico with the 140-room Hyatt Centric Campestre Leon. Situated within Puerta Bajio, a mixed-use development in Leon’s “Golden Zone” area, the city’s epicenter of business and commerce, it was rebranded from Clevia Grand Hotel Leon and is managed by Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe. It features 140 guestrooms, 6,800 sq. ft. of meeting and event space, and a rooftop bar.
The new Hyatt Regency in Chantilly, France, 45 minutes away from the center of Paris, resembles an 18th-century chateau and is nestled next to the scenic Nonette River. The 211-room hotel features a 5,382-sq.-ft. ballroom located within the hotel’s lush gardens, adding the rejuvenating element of greenery to any meeting. The hotel also has 10 state-of-the-art conference rooms equipped with audiovisual equipment, as well as an onsite tech support team.
The Hyatt Place Fresno is the brand’s first hotel in this city that lies in California’s Central Valley. The hotel offers 126 guestrooms, 1,418 sq. ft. of meeting space, a Gallery Kitchen, and a 24-hour gym.
The hotel is less than 10 miles away from Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, and Yosemite National Park for those looking to explore nature and there are more than 50 dining options within walking distance.
Hyatt Centric Mountain View is a new 167-room hotel in Silicon Valley, Calif. There are 11 meeting rooms here and a ballroom with floor-to-ceiling glass walls that slide open to access alfresco seating. Fairchilds Public House, the hotel’s restaurant and bar, serves up locally sourced California cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with a beverage program drawing from regional breweries and wineries. With its emphasis on connecting travelers to the local community, this new property is steps away from restaurants, retailers, and a movie theater, and close to Silicon Valley’s top technology companies.