HHM completes overhaul of three Hyatt House properties

HHM, formerly known as Hersha Hospitality Management, completed renovations of three Hyatt house properties. Hyatt house Gaithersburg, Hyatt house Bridgewater and Hyatt house Pleasanton, each received a complete upgrade of all guestrooms, with plans to renovate public spaces later this year.

All extended-stay Hyatt Summerfield Suites made the transition to the new HYATT house brand. The renovated HYATT houses are three of 13 Hyatt hotels managed by HHM.

Hyatt house Gaithersburg is located in the middle of the Maryland Technology Corridor. All 140 guestroom suites were completely redone with new furniture, artwork, drapes and fresh paint. The highlights of the upgrades are the full-size kitchens, which received stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The bathrooms were also refreshed to create a more spa-like feel, with a tiled shower space that has sliding glass doors.

Hyatt house Pleasanton

 

Hyatt house Bridgewater in New Jersey features 128 guestrooms that now have a brighter feel from new carpets, bedding, and furniture in the room as well as tile, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. The kitchen space also features a banquet and chairs to make travelers feel totally at home. Similarly, the bathrooms were completely redone with updated tile floors and showers, sliding glass doors, granite vanities and fresh paint.

Hyatt house Pleasanton, which completed its renovation in April, remodeled everything in the suites, from the bedrooms to the kitchens and bathrooms. All rooms now have the king-size Hyatt Grand beds – with triple sheeting, down blankets and a white waffle sheet on top. New granite countertops and stainless steel appliances showcase the only full-sized, fully equipped kitchens provided in any local hotel. Also, bathrooms were renovated with floor to ceiling tile and glass doors.

Hyatt house Gaithersburg


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