Washington, DC – Hyatt and Crestline Hotels & Resorts, LLC and developed by Renaissance Centro announced today the opening of Hyatt Place West End in Washington, DC. The 168-room, nine-story hotel with rooftop terrace was designed by local architecture firm JN+A, and interior designer HVS.
Local artist Drew Smith created a photo mural that adorns the fitness center and pool area, and the artist and his work was featured at the hotel’s Grand Opening along with a showing of other local artists on Friday April 15th.
Additionally, Hyatt Place West End is collaborating with George Washington University to use the hotel’s development and opening as a case study for graduate students in the university’s hospitality program.
The hotel showcases Hyatt Place brand’s intuitive design, casual atmosphere, and practical amenities, such as; free Wi-Fi, hot breakfast and bicycles for the day, always available menus, 24-hour gym and pool, as well as enjoying KenetMD bath essentials and Hyatt Grand Beds.
In addition, Hyatt Place West End features two boardrooms and three meeting rooms, offering 2,200 square feet of flexible event space, perfect for small meetings or mid-sized gatherings. Onsite parking is also available for a fee.
Hyatt Place West End is located at 2121 M Street Northwest. For more information visit their WEBSITE or call (202) 838-2222.