Hyatt Places open in New York, California

Hyatt Place Fresno (Calif.) includes a coffee and cocktail bar, a 24-hour grab-and-go market, a 24-hour gym and 1,418 square feet of meeting space. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Two Hyatt Place hotels opened during the last week of June. Empire Hotel Development owns and operates the 93-room Hyatt Place Poughkeepsie (N.Y.); the 126-guestroom Hyatt Place Fresno (Calif.) is a joint venture led by Fresno Lodging and operated by Sethi Management.

Hyatt Place Poughkeepsie includes a coffee and cocktails bar, a 24-hour grab-and-go market, 1,092 square feet of meeting space and a 24-hour gym. Located in the Hudson Valley, nearby attractions include the Walkway over the Hudson, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center and The Samuel L. Morse home at Locust Grove. Live entertainment at The Bardavon Opera House, Chance Theater or Mid-Hudson Civic Center is located minutes away.

Hyatt Place Fresno also provides a coffee and cocktail bar, a 24-hour grab-and-go market and a 24-hour gym. It includes 1,418 square feet of meeting space. Located in central California along Highway 41, it is roughly an hour and a half from Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park and about two and a half hours from Yosemite National Park.

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