MADISON, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--To celebrate its 15th anniversary and continuing leadership in the Madison, Wisconsin market, the Hilton Madison Monona Terrace hotel, is offering an extraordinary $15 rate for overnight stays this February 18, 21 and 28, 2016.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced today the March 2016 opening of The Schofield Hotel, following an extensive $50 million renovation of the Victorian-era Schofield Building, located in the heart of downtown Cleveland at 2000 East 9th Street.
"Kimpton is excited to bring Cleveland into the next chapter of its renaissance with the city's first and only true luxury boutique hotel," said Adam Gurgiolo, general manager of The Schofield Hotel. "With the building's rich social history and central location, visitors and locals alike will find a home away from home with delightful architecture, inviting guest rooms, a naturally lit lobby and, of course, Kimpton's playful approach to hospitality."
Green Bay, WI (January 28, 2016) – Formerly known as Hyatt on Main, today the hotel announced the completion of its rebranding to Hyatt Regency Green Bay. Hyatt Regency Green Bay joins the growing number of more than 150 Hyatt hotels operating under the Hyatt Regency brand worldwide. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Green Bay and boasts 240 guest suites.
The rebranding heralds a number of guest-facing enhancements that make Hyatt Regency Green Bay a one-stop experience for business and leisure travelers. The hotel puts guests in the driver seat with a mix of grab-and-go and sit-down dining options, a selection of amenities for work or play, and meetings spaces for groups and events of all sizes.
Davidson Hotels & Resorts announces the addition of Hyatt Regency Cincinnati to its lineup of Hyatt branded hotels. This addition enhances Davidson's position as the largest third party operator of full-service Hyatt hotels in the industry, encompassing seven Hyatt properties and nearly 2,800 rooms.
The 491-room hotel was acquired by a partnership of H.I.G. Realty Partners, Silverpeak Real Estate Partners and Davidson Investment Group, and is the second acquisition for this partnership, following the 499-room Hyatt Regency Indianapolis last year.
Representative Jonathan Dever (sixth from left), City of Sharonville Mayor Kevin Hardman (eighth from left), Rolling Hills Hospitality President Bimal Patel (ninth from left) and Sharonville Convention Center Executive Director Jim Downton (far right), along with Sharonville City Council, Administration and community partners, break ground at the site of the new Hyatt Place - Sharonville Convention Center hotel on Friday, December 4th.
SHARONVILLE, OH - December 8, 2015 - The City of Sharonville broke ground Friday, December 4th on the new Hyatt Place - Sharonville Convention Center hotel. The upscale select service hotel will be connected to the Sharonville Convention Center, located in the Northern Lights Entertainment District. The six-story, 120-room hotel will allow meeting and event planners the opportunity to fulfill event and hotels needs at one location, maximizing opportunities for social and economic development in the city. With the addition of the Hyatt Place, the city's Northern Lights Entertainment District continues to provide new avenues for hospitality industry growth and job creation. The Princeton School District's recently completed $120 million construction project adds Viking Village to the district: a 2,500 seat, arena style gymnasium, a 1,000 seat performance theater and a 500 seat natatorium.
OMAHA, NEB. – Construction cranes are on site as the new $225 million upscale urban dining and entertainment district begins to take shape near Omaha’s 250,000 sq. ft. convention center. The Capitol District will include a 14-story high-rise Marriott hotel that will anchor the new development. The 333-room full service hotel will have 20,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space, including an 11,000 sq. ft. ballroom. Other features include a full-service restaurant, two bars, a Starbucks® store in the lobby, extra-large fitness center, a rooftop outdoor swimming pool and a parking garage.
110-room Hyatt Place hotel located in upscale Westlake, Ohio CHICAGO (November 19, 2015) – Hyatt Place Cleveland/Westlake/Crocker Park, the second Hyatt Place hotel to enter the Cleveland metropolitan area, officially opens today in Westlake, Ohio. The hotel brings the Hyatt Place brand’s intuitive design, casual atmosphere, and practical amenities, such as free Wi-Fi and 24-hour food offerings, to this bustling midwestern city. “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 will be a perfect complement to Crocker Park and a welcome addition to the community,” said General Manager Todd Lentz.
Deal for $12.2 billion would create the world’s largest hotel company. Nov. 16 Marriott International Inc will buy Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc in a cash and stock deal valued at $12.2 billion to create the world's largest hotel chain.
Starwood shareholders will receive 0.92 shares of Marriott Class A common stock and $2 in cash for each Starwood share held, the companies said. Combined Company Will Have 1.1 Million Rooms in More Than 5,500 Hotels, Spanning the Globe in Over 100 Countries. 30 Leading Brands Will Provide Guests Unmatched Choices.
Midwestern lakeside venue offers savings on wellness-focused employee rewards A reported 46% of U.S. businesses are utilizing incentive travel and spending $22.5 billion annually on programs to reward employees (Incentive Research Foundation). And while the Caribbean remains the most sought-after destinations for travel rewards programs, planners are feeling pressure to do more with the same budgets and are finding travel abroad to be increasingly more difficult (Successful Meetings).