PM Hotel Group begins managing its first Hyatt hotel

Hyatt Place Philadelphia/King of Prussia includes 126 guestrooms, a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor pool and meeting facilities. Photo credit: PM Hotel Group

PM Hotel Group has taken over management of the 126-guestroom Hyatt Place Philadelphia/King of Prussia, its first property from Hyatt Hotels Corp. The new contract brings the total number of brands PM Hotel Group manages to 20.

The Pennsylvania hotel includes a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor pool and meeting facilities. It is located in a suburb of Philadelphia near Valley Forge National Historic Park, King of Prussia Mall, Longwood Gardens and Chaddsford Winery. It is also situated in King of Prussia, Pa.,’s corporate office district, the home of numerous Fortune 500 companies. Gehr Hospitality owns the hotel.

"We are thrilled to be forging new relationships across the hospitality industry and are excited to welcome the Hyatt Place [Philadelphia/] King of Prussia into our growing family," said PM Hotel Group President Joseph Bojanowski. "The Hyatt commitment to care—both for its own people and its guests—is perfectly aligned with our core values at PM Hotel Group, which are the foundation of how we do business."

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PM Hotel Group manages more than 9,000 rooms across nearly 40 hotels.

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