New Hyatt Place Celebrates Opening in Metro Cleveland
- Dec 07, 2015
Hyatt Place Cleveland/Westlake/Crocker Park, the second Hyatt Place hotel to enter the Cleveland metropolitan area, officially opened its doors to guests in upscale Westlake, Ohio. The project is the result of a vision from developer Stark Enterprises in conjunction with The Olympia Cos., according to Bob Stark, president & CEO of Stark Enterprises.
The 110-key property is the only hotel integrated within Crocker Park, the region’s premier lifestyle development. The area boasts more than 30 restaurants and dining options, and well over 80 high-end shopping venues.
The new Hyatt Place is conveniently located off of Interstate 90, just minutes from downtown Cleveland and numerous sporting attractions, including First Energy Stadium, Progressive Field and Quicken Loans Arena. Guests also have easy access to Playhouse Square, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Horseshoe Casino, and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
Amenities include free Wi-Fi, 24-hour food offerings, a 24-hour fitness center, and nearly 800 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space.
“We are thrilled to deliver this exciting, J.D. Power award-winning brand to the region’s premier lifestyle district, Crocker Park. The quality and service that the Hyatt Place brand exemplifies what will be a perfect complement to Crocker Park and a welcome addition to the community,” said General Manager Todd Lentz.
“Business and leisure travelers will now be able to play all day and stay all night immersed in the urban excitement of shopping, dining, and entertainment that lines the boulevards, streets and alleyways of Crocker Park. This hotel invites everyone to come and live a big-city experience uniquely celebrated every day at Crocker Park,” added Stark.
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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