New Hyatt House planned for Portland, Ore.

Hyatt House Portland

A new Hyatt House hotel is coming to Portland, Ore. The Hyatt House Portland/Downtown is scheduled to open in July and will add 203 rooms to the city.

The hotel will be located in Portland's RiverPlace District, and will be owned by RiverPlace Hotel Investors. The property will have apartment-style suites with fully equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi in guestrooms and public areas, an indoor and outdoor lounge area, complimentary morning breakfast, a bar and a 24-hour market. The hotel will also have more than 1,600 square feet of meeting space, as well as guest laundry services and complimentary grocery shopping for extended-stay guests.

Cathleen Smith was appointed GM of the hotel, and Jerad Firby will be the hotel's director of sales.

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The hotel is located near attractions such as Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland Aerial Tram, Portland Streetcar Line, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Moda Center and the Oregon Convention Center.

"Portland is a world-class city and key business and leisure destination, and Hyatt House Portland/ Downtown will add a wonderful new option for business and leisure travelers, as well as families," Smith said in a statement. "We know Hyatt House Portland/Downtown will be the perfect place to offer a personalized hotel experience that will make people feel right at home."

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