Business travelers will find the Hyatt Regency brand in the heart of Houston’s oil business district, the Energy Corridor. It’s a return to its roots for this hotel, which opened in the 1980s under the Hyatt Regency banner, before passing into other hands, most recently the Omni banner.

Hyatt is now back on the map, close to the headquarters of numerous players such as BP, Conoco and Technip, with a 400-room establishment, including 44 suites. As Houston is obliged to do, its atmosphere evokes black gold through a mosaic of oil fields exhibited at the hotel reception or the decor of its bar, the Black Gold, which pays tribute to the oil fields…

Business travelers will find the Hyatt Regency brand in the heart of Houston’s oil business district, the Energy Corridor. It’s a return to its roots for this hotel, which opened in the 1980s under the Hyatt Regency banner, before passing into other hands, most recently the Omni banner.

Hyatt is now back on the map, close to the headquarters of numerous players such as BP, Conoco and Technip, with a 400-room establishment, including 44 suites. In Houston, its atmosphere evokes black gold through a mosaic of oil fields exhibited at the hotel reception or the decor of its bar, the Black Gold, which pays tribute to the great hours of the Energy Corridor.

Located on the Katy Freeway, minutes from Memorial City and the CityCentre shopping and entertainment complex, the Hyatt Regency Houston West is also easily accessible from both of the city’s airports. The hotel is also easily accessible from both airports in the city, making it an ideal location for business meetings, to which the hotel devotes a great deal of space. The hotel has 25 meeting rooms and 25,000 square meters of reception space, including a vast 9,800 square meter ballroom, the Texas Ballroom.

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While sustainable development is one of the major trends of the moment, it is also a “green” hotel, at least in its atmosphere, with an atrium that looks like a tropical forest. Waterfalls, a water garden, exotic plants and fish: the Hyatt Regency Houston West adds to this lushness a location conducive to outdoor activities surrounded by greenery, around a two-acre lake.

Our hotel offers guests the opportunity to relax in our expansive outdoor green space, with lawn games and a year-round heated pool and hot tub,” says Tom Jamison, general manager of the hotel. On the dining side, the Café on the Lake, nestled in the hotel’s tropical atrium, offers seasonal, Texas-style dishes at all hours of the day. The Hyatt Regency Houston West is also adding a take-out offering at Over The Counter.