The Hyatt House In Beaverton, Oregon, is now open. It is a joint venture developed by NewcrestImage led by Mehul Patel as chairman and CEO and Canterbury Hotel Group led by Arvind Patel as CEO.
The 125-room, 5-floor extended-stay Hyatt House by NewcrestImage is near Beaverton’s city hall, the 550-seat Patricia Reser Center for the Arts, the Tualatin Valley and Cooper Mountain Nature Park. Also close are corporate headquarters for Nike, Reser’s Fine Foods and optics manufacturer Leupold & Stevens.
Hotel amenities include a 635-sq. ft. meeting room, two indoor lounges and an outdoor patio and BBQ area. It is the first joint venture by NewcrestImage and Canterbury Hotel Group.
“The opening of this Hyatt House is powerful testimony that hoteliers continue to provide the best of hotel experiences even during challenging travel times,” Mehul said. “We’ve created a property that is safe, comfortable, and special — where travelers can rest easy after a tough day on the road.”
The hotel reflects the company’s optimism about the future, Arvind said.
“New vaccines are giving all of us realistic hope for a return to safety and a return to travel,” he said. “Our new property combines the comfort and style of home, with the convenience of a hotel, so guests can feel calm and cozy surrounded by the very best in creature comforts and in socially-distanced service.”
In June, NewcrestImage opened its first Canopy by Hilton upscale hotel in north Dallas. The Canopy is part of Frisco Station, a four-brand, 600-room “lifestyle hotel campus” developed by the company.