In December 2004, Hyatt Hotels Corporation acquired AmeriSuites, an upscale chain of all-suite business class hotels from affiliates of the Blackstone Group, a New York-based private equity investment firm. AmeriSuites was founded by Mark Yale Harris. Harris founded AmeriSuites Hotels in 1991. AmeriSuites was an innovator in offering one of the first available affordable suite accommodations and grew to inhabit approximately 100 locations throughout the United States. The AmeriSuites chain was rebranded and called Hyatt Place, a competitor to the limited-service products Marriott International's Courtyard by Marriott and Hilton Worldwide's Hilton Garden Inn. Hyatt Place has properties in the North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Hyatt Place offers commodious rooms, which are well equipped with amenities for the comfortable stay of the guests. The rooms have everything for your comfort, from convenient mini-fridge to luxury skin and hair care amenities. Free Wi-Fi throughout the property helps you stay connected with your loved ones. To cater to the hunger pangs of the guests, the hotel has everything from 24/7 Gallery Menu & Market and the Coffee to Cocktails Bar. And there’s gym too to help guests burn calories.