Hyatt Place Washington D.C./National Mall Welcomes First Guests
- Dec 07, 2015
By Adriana Pop, Associate Editor
Hyatt Place Washington D.C./National Mall has celebrated its official opening in the nation’s capital.
The 214-key hotel features the Hyatt Place brand’s design, casual atmosphere and practical amenities, including free Wi-Fi and 24-hour food offerings. The property is owned by locally-based E Street Development Group LLC, a joint venture led by CityPartners and Potomac Investment Properties, and operated by Arlington, Va.-based Interstate Hotels & Resorts.
Located just four blocks from the National Mall, the new hotel offers guests easy access to national landmarks, such as the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials, the World War II and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorials, the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum, and the Holocaust Museum. Numerous government agencies and businesses are also situated in close proximity to the property, including NASA, Department of Energy, and the Federal Aviation Administration. The hotel is also a convenient 10-minute drive from Reagan National Airport.
In addition to 214 guestrooms, Hyatt Place Washington D.C./National Mall offers an outdoor salt-water pool, 24-hour fitness center, rooftop bar and lounge, and nearly 4,000 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space.
“As D.C. continues to grow and thrive economically, we are excited to add to the momentum by welcoming the newest Hyatt Place hotel to the city,” said General Manager Stacy Smith. “With our smartly designed social spaces and guestrooms with separate work and sleep areas, our multitasking guests can easily accomplish what they need to do while on the road. Plus, our free hot breakfast is just the thing our guests need to take on the day.”
Hyatt Place, a brand of Hyatt Hotels Corp., offers more than 230 locations in the United States, Armenia, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Honduras, India, Mexico, Morocco, Panama, Puerto Rico, The Netherlands, and United Arab Emirates.
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