Jun092011

Hyatt rebranding 3 California hotels as Summerfield Suites

A Hyatt Hotels affiliate purchased three Woodfin Hotels in California to be rebranded as Hyatt Summerfield Suites. The three properties are located in Cypress (near Anaheim), Sorrento Mesa (near San Diego) and Emeryville (east San Francisco Bay near Bay Bridge). The $76.5 million deal will increase Hyatt Summerfield Suites brand from 35 hotels to 38 properties in U.S.

Hyatt Summerfield Suites are extended stay, residential style hotels with studios, one and two bedroom suites. Rooms have cooking facilities and properties offer complimentary full breakfast buffet, guest laundry, guest market and business center.

The three new properties will be:

  • Hyatt Summerfield Suites Cypress/Anaheim – 142 suites on three floors.
  • Hyatt Summerfield Suites Emeryville/San Francisco Bay area – 234 suites. Property is located near San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and five miles from University of California Berkeley.
  • Hyatt Summerfield Suites San Diego/Sorrento Mesa – 194 suites located in northern San Diego County.

Hyatt plans $15 million in renovations for these three properties in brand conversion.

Source: Hyatt press release (May 18)

Hyatt Summerfield Suites full kitchen

Hyatt Summerfield Suites – Belmont/Redwood Shores, California

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Comments

  1. Good news for me as the Emeryville property is 10 minutes away by bicycle. This is Hyatt’s first entry into the inner East Bay market, except for their short-term affiliation with Hawthorn Suites which had a property in Alameda. They need more properties here given the brainpower and money in this neck of the woods.

    That said, SS will only work for me on a leisure stay basis if the price is under $100/night, as in Pleasanton.

  2. Looks like a standing $89 weekend rate at the Cypress location. Right next to my Costco. I can imagine this place will be incredibly happy if there’s another FFN promo.

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