New 126-Room Hyatt Place Fresno Opens in Heart of Central Valley Led by General Manager Raymond Canal

USA, Fresno, California. July 03, 2019

Hyatt Place Fresno, the first Hyatt Place hotel in Fresno, Calif., is officially open. The new hotel features the Hyatt Place brand's intuitive design, casual atmosphere and practical amenities, such as free Wi-Fi and 24-hour food offerings. The hotel is a joint venture led by Fresno Lodging, Inc. and operated by Sethi Management, Inc.

Located off Highway 41, the hotel is walking distance from River Park Outside Shopping Center, Edwards Movie Theater and more than 50 dining options. Additionally, the hotel is less than 10 miles from Fresno Yosemite International Airport (FAT), and is centrally located for those looking to explore Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon National Park and Yosemite National Park.

"As Fresno continues to grow and thrive economically, we are excited to add to the momentum by welcoming the first Hyatt Place hotel to the area," said General Manager Raymond Canal. "With our smartly designed social spaces and guestrooms with separate work and sleep areas, our multitasking guests can easily accomplish what they need to do while on the road."

Hyatt Place Fresno offers:

- 126 spacious guestrooms with separate spaces to sleep, work and play, as well as a Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper

- Free Wi-Fi throughout hotel and guestrooms

- Gallery Kitchen Breakfast, a hot breakfast available daily in the Gallery Kitchen, features hot breakfast items, fresh fruit, steel cut oatmeal, Greek yogurt, and more

- 24/7 Gallery Menu & Market serving freshly prepared meals anytime, day or night and perfectly packaged sandwiches and salads

- Coffee to Cocktails Bar featuring specialty coffees and premium beers, as well as wines and cocktails

- Odds & Ends program for forgotten items that guests can buy, borrow or enjoy for free

- Meetings Spaces offer 1,418 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space

- 24-hour Gym featuring cardio equipment with LCD touchscreens and free ear buds

"Fresno is a vibrant city, filled with friendly people, great neighborhoods, and an ever-expanding list of great places to visit and things to do or see," added Canal. "Our hotel is central to all of them and we are confident that Hyatt Place Fresno will exceed guest expectations and provide them with everything they need while visiting the area."

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