Vision Hospitality Group Opens Hyatt House Denver/Aurora

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Chattanooga-based Vision Hospitality Group celebrated the opening of a new hotel today. 

The Hyatt House Denver/Aurora is the newest extended stay hotel in the Denver/Aurora market, while also expanding the Hyatt House brand’s footprint globally in markets that matter most to guests and World of Hyatt members. Owned by Denver, CO based BMC Investments Co, LLC, in partnership with Chattanooga based Vision Hospitality Group and will be managed by Humanist Hospitality, a division of VHG, the 140-room Hyatt House Denver/Aurora is located adjacent to Anschutz Medical Campus, providing guests the service and convenience of hotel living with the casual comforts of home.
 
“Hyatt House Denver/Aurora is a great product for the area featuring apartment-style spaces that allow guests to work and relax,” said General Manager Deacon Cottrell.
“We know our property compliments the businesses in the market along with travelers looking for a hotel in the Aurora area, whether they are staying for a few days or an extended time.  The entire team and I are committed to exceeding guest expectations and making them feel right at home.”

Officials said, 'Because Hyatt’s efforts are grounded in listening and fueled by care, Hyatt House hotels’ apartment-style living is ideal for guests who are looking to continue their work and personal routines, helping business and leisure travelers feel at home."  
Located across from the Anschutz Medical Campus, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center, minutes from Buckley Air Force Base, Aurora Sports Park, Aurora Reservoir, and a short drive to many of Colorado’s outdoor treasures, the Hyatt House Denver/Aurora is a centralized location for all types of travelers, only 17 miles from Denver International Airport.

“It has been an honor to partner with BMC Investments and Hyatt on this project,” said Humanist Hospitality COO, David Martin. “We are thrilled to provide new extended-stay accommodation option for travelers to the Denver/Aurora area as well as Anschutz Medical Campus patients and their loved ones.”

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