Hilton, Marriott International and Hyatt Hotels Corp. have all opened extended-stay properties in New England and the Southwest in recent weeks.
The dual-brand Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Seaport is the first of its kind within Hilton’s global system.
Located at the gateway to the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park, the 14-story, 416-room property has more than 6,000 square feet of meeting space, including two outdoor decks. Other public spaces include a heated indoor pool, a fitness center and laundry services. The new-build, Hilton-managed hotel is owned by Intercontinental Real Estate Corp. and Harbinger Development.
The 90-suite Residence Inn by Marriott hotel has opened in Sedona, Ariz. The all-suite property will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned by Sedona Hospitality Group II and managed by Sunridge Hotel Group of Mesa, Ariz. The hotel is next to Sunridge Hotel Group’s Courtyard by Marriott property, 3 miles south of Uptown Sedona.
Public spaces include a fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool, a hot tub, a full-service bar open for light dinner fare, outdoor space with multiple patios with barbecue grills and a view deck, a guest laundry and 550 square feet of meeting space to accommodate functions for up to 50 people. The hotel also has its own private meditation area adjacent to the Coconino National Forest.
Hyatt House Denver/Aurora is the newest extended-stay hotel in the Denver/Aurora market. Owned by Denver-based BMC Investments Co. in partnership with Chattanooga-based Vision Hospitality Group, the hotel will be managed by Humanist Hospitality, a division of VHG. The hotel is adjacent to Anschutz Medical Campus and 17 miles from Denver International Airport.
The property has 140 guestrooms, including 95 apartment-style kitchen suites. Public spaces include the Outdoor Commons, which features an outdoor fire pit and barbecue; a 24-hour gym; and 1,800 square feet of meeting space.