Converted Hyatt Place Opens in Northwest Suburban Chicago

Atlanta-based hotel developer and financier Noble Investment Group has opened a new Hyatt Place hotel in Schaumburg, Ill., northwest of downtown Chicago. A mid-scale property with 127 rooms and 4,000 square feet of meeting space, the Hyatt Place Chicago/Schaumburg was previously an AmeriSuites hotel and has been converted following a comprehensive, $5 million renovation and repositioning.

"Our Noble development team has completely transformed this property into an exceptional hotel product," Bob Morse, Noble's managing principal and chief operating officer, said in a statement. "Our team is now charged with taking this quality asset and quickly growing revenue market share and profit margins through the execution of Noble's property management team."

In line with Hyatt Place brand standards, the Hyatt Place Chicago/Schaumburg offers an all-inclusive meetings package that includes set-up with 72-inch conference tables, padded chairs, wired and wireless projectors, a projection screen, a 42-inch flat-panel HDTV, a speakerphone and two easels, as well as complimentary wireless Internet access.

Renovated guestrooms, meanwhile, also feature 42-inch flat-panel HDTVs, along with contemporary decor that includes granite countertops, new furniture and more.

Noble Investment Group has named Jason Dinkins general manager of the new Chicago property and Paulina Mach its director of sales and marketing.

For more information, visit schaumburg.place.hyatt.com.