Near the Texas Medical Center is a new dual-branded Texas hotel that offers nearly 300 rooms for both short-term and long-term visitors.
Hyatt Place Houston Medical Center, and Hyatt House Houston Medical Center have opened at 7329 Fannin St. near Old Spanish Trail.
The 350,000-square foot 14-story tower features 298 rooms and 5,900-square feet of event and meeting space. It also has a rooftop pool deck of 2,000 square feet with an accompanying cocktail bar.
This is the first dual-branded Hyatt Hotel in Texas.
The hotel was developed by Hyatt in partnership with Satya Inc. of Houston. Satya broke the ground for the hotel in 2020.
The Hyatt Place Houston Medical Center caters to guests who are looking for short-term accommodation. The hotel has 157 rooms, each with a sleeper couch and separate areas for sleeping, working and playing.
Hyatt House Houston Medical Center offers 141 studios and one-bedrooms in apartment style for guests who plan to stay more than a couple of days. These suites come with a kitchen island, a fridge, a microwave oven, a stove and dishwasher.
The Texas Comfort on Fannin restaurant and bar offers cocktails, appetizers, and full meals to guests staying either side of this dual-concept property.
Other amenities at the pet-friendly hotel include a 24-hour grocery store, fitness center, guest laundry, and complimentary shuttle service to destinations within two miles.
Sugar Land's E.E. Reed Construction is the general contractor, The Mathis Group of Sugar Land as project manager, and Plano-based Aimbridge Hospitality, a hotel management company. IBC Bank provided the financing for this project.
Brett Ambrose said that the hotels will offer a select service for both business and leisure travellers visiting the Texas Medical Center. We look forward to welcoming both short-term and long-term visitors with our well-equipped rooms, thoughtful service and communal areas for working, relaxing and socializing.
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