4 hotels open on West Coast

The Courtyard by Marriott Pasco (Wash.) Tri-Cities Airport features a casual dining venue, an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a guest laundry and 1,100 square feet of meeting space. Photo credit: Marriott International

Four hotels, comprising two WoodSpring Suites, a Hyatt Place and a Courtyard by Marriott, have opened recently along the West Coast.

Brookwood Hotels, which has a portfolio of more than 110 WoodSpring Suites, recently opened two hotels in Southern California: the WoodSpring Suites Riverside-Corona-Norco and the WoodSpring Suites Redlands San Bernardino. Both properties include 122 guestrooms, a fitness center and a guest laundry room. Nationwide Hotel Management Co. operates the two hotels.

The 120-room Hyatt Place Bakersfield (Calif.) also opened. The property features a market, a bar, more than 1,700 square feet of meeting space, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and an onsite laundry. Nearby attractions include Sam Lynn Ballpark, the Bakersfield Museum of Art, Rabobank Arena and The Park at Riverwalk. Excel Hotel Group owns and operates the property.

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The Courtyard by Marriott Pasco (Wash.) Tri-Cities Airport opened in southern Washington. The four-story, 99-room hotel features a casual dining venue, an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, a guest laundry and 1,100 square feet of meeting space. Less than a mile from Pasco Tri-Cities Airport, the hotel offers convenient access to Kadlec Regional Medical Center, the HAPO Center and Gesa Stadium. A-1 Hospitality Group of Kennewick, Wash., owns the hotel and Columbia Hotel Management, a subsidiary of A-1, operates it.

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