Hyatt Place and Hyatt Summerfield Suites, both of which feature 123 rooms, are the brands’ first hotels in the country to feature enhanced design elements in the lobby area: a new e-room design at Hyatt Place and a redesigned open kitchen space at Hyatt Summerfield Suites.
The hotels, which are 31 miles from downtown Chicago, offer convenient access to Morton Arboretum, Cantigny Gardens and Museum, and the Naperville Riverwalk in downtown Naperville, which features numerous restaurants and shops. Hyatt Place also offers 1,188 square feet of meeting space while Hyatt Summerfield Suites offers 938 square feet of meeting space.
Both hotels were developed and are owned by a subsidiary of Corporex Companies, Inc. Corporex is a master developer based in Covington, Ky. and does business nationally. The hotel is operated by Commonwealth Hotels, LLC a nationally recognized operator of fine hotels. “The addition of a new hotel property is always in and of itself noteworthy, but when it is new construction of two highly regarded Hyatt brands, it is even more exciting,” said Dan Fay, President of Commonwealth Hotels.
“Warrenville is a unique city in that it draws travelers to Chicago as well as the Illinois Technology and Research Corridor. Because that mix is so dynamic, a joint Hyatt Place-Hyatt Summerfield Suites development is a perfect solution to offer guests flexibility based on their reason for traveling,” said Gary Dollens, global head, franchise and select operations, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. “Both of these brands offer a welcoming environment and a helpful staff while featuring distinct designs and amenities to provide the best possible guest experience.”