Phoenix American Hospitality Management Completes $5 Million Renovation Project at Six Hyatt Place Properties Across United States

USA, Dallas, Texas. July 26, 2018

Phoenix American Hospitality (PAH) Management announces the completion of a $5 million renovation project at six Hyatt Place properties across the United States. The renovation of each hotel includes updates to the lobby, meeting rooms, guestrooms, pool area, fitness area, and exterior.

PAH Management is an opportunistic hotel fund manager, managing 13 hotel properties across the United States.

The properties included in this renovation are:

  • Hyatt Place Alpharetta/North Point Mall
  • Hyatt Place Charlotte/Arrowood
  • Hyatt Place Dallas/Park Central
  • Hyatt Place Greenville/Haywood
  • Hyatt Place Roanoke Airport/Valley View Mall
  • Hyatt Place Topeka

"What an exciting time this is for Phoenix American Hospitality," said Kevin Kobishop, Executive Vice President of Hotel Operations at PAH Management. "We are thrilled to be able to take each of these properties to the next level and provide guests with an upscale, comfortable hotel experience."

Renovations at each of the properties included: guestrooms were revamped with new mattresses, bedding and the Hyatt Place brand's signature Cozy Corner seating; the redecoration of the lobby space with new seating, lighting, artwork, flooring, and window treatments; and the addition of new workout equipment in fitness areas; and more.

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