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Main Street Minute: The Hyatt House

It's no surprise that Minot is going through some rapid growth right now. And if you're a business owner, you always have to consider what future needs are going to be.

"I love traveling, I love staying in hotels and it just makes every day better," said Hyatt House general manager, David Wick.

Wick, a Minot native, has always had an eye for the hotel business. Now he is turning his interests into reality. "I want it to be something that Minot could be proud of."

When the doors open, Wick said his guests will experience a home away from home feeling. "They are going to be greeted in a way that there not used to, unless they've been at a Hyatt previously."

In addition to the hospitality, the Hyatt will offer a variety of apartment-styled units to choose from; which come fully equipped.

"In each room, you'll have the full sized refrigerators, microwaves. You'll have stoves, you'll have everything you need," said Wick.

Wick said he's counting down the days until he can bring luxury into Minot. They're hoping to open up at the end of May.

Reservations become available starting June 7, Wick says he's already getting some rooms booked.

For more information about the Hyatt House, you can log on to www.hyatt.com.

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