SAN ANTONIO --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and InterMountain Management, LLC today announce the opening of Hyatt Place San Antonio-North/Stone Oak, the fourth Hyatt Place hotel to open in the San Antonio area.
Surrounded by scenic golf courses, natural parks and lavish shopping districts, Hyatt Place San Antonio-North/Stone Oak is just minutes from the heart of downtown. The San Antonio hotel is ideally situated a short distance from the University of Texas-San Antonio campus and just nine miles from major area attractions including Six Flags Fiesta Texas and the San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium.
"We believe the Hyatt Place guest experience will continue to set the standard for today's multitasking travelers," said Jackie Edmonds, regional director of sales and marketing, InterMountain Management, LLC. "With free Wi-Fi access, freshly prepared food available 24/7, state-of-the-art in-room media options and a staff specially trained to handle any task gracefully, Hyatt Place has everything today's traveler needs."
Hyatt Place San Antonio-North/Stone Oak offers:
"People no longer separate their lives into personal time and professional time. Instead, we have seen a new kind of lifestyle emerge where people are juggling multiple tasks at once," said Gary Dollens, global head, franchise and select operations, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. "Hyatt Place was specifically designed to make living this kind of multitasking lifestyle away from home possible in a way that wasn't before. Because San Antonio attracts such a mix of travelers, we are confident that Hyatt Place will offer these guests the right environment to meet all of their needs."
Hyatt Place hotels are specially designed to accommodate today's lifestyle, offering amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi access, a StayFit@Hyatt fitness center, a coffee and wine bar serving Starbucks® specialty coffees and premium wine and beer, and the Grab 'n Go case stocked with freshly made sandwiches and salads. The Guest Kitchen offers made-to-order breakfast, lunch and dinner entrées around the clock, in addition to the complimentary continental breakfast served daily. Specially trained Hosts are on hand to offer assistance with everything from directions to check-in to a freshly made meal.
Spacious guestrooms feature multiple areas to work and relax and include the Cozy Corner, an eight-foot couch; plush Hyatt Grand Bed; and ergonomic work center. Every guestroom is also equipped with a state-of-the-art media center that allows electronic devices to plug directly into the 42-inch high definition television, giving guests instant access to the technological amenities they're accustomed to accessing at home or in the office.
Hyatt Place brings the authentic hospitality for which Hyatt is known to the upscale select-service category. Inspired by multitasking travelers' 24/7 lifestyle, Hyatt Place combines stylish design, practical amenities, forward-thinking technology and purposeful service so guests can remain connected and productive while traveling. Hyatt Place is a brand of Hyatt Hotels Corporation that currently offers more than 130 locations throughout the United States.
As one of North America's largest hotel management and development companies, InterMountain Management, LLC specializes in the select-service and extended-stay hotel segments. For more than 25 years, InterMountain Management's dedication to success is proven in the results as a hotel owner, management company and hotel developer. They currently own and/or manage over 65 premium branded hotels nationwide.
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