Pinnacle Hotels USA’s Hyatt Regency North Dallas

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Hyatt Regency North Dallas

Since founding Pinnacle Hotels USA in 1998, Bharat Lall has successfully guided the company in acquiring underperforming hotels with upside potential and quickly generating improved net operating returns. Among the branded hotels under the portfolio of Bharat Lall’s company is the Hyatt Regency North Dallas.

Located in Richardson, Texas, the hotel is situated near numerous bus stations throughout the DART Red and Blue lines and is close to the North Central Expressway. Convenient to the Richardson Telecom Corridor and downtown Dallas, the property is well-situated for business travelers arriving from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Aside from the well-known luxuriously appointed Hyatt guest rooms, the hotel also provides business services including a 24-hour business center and free Wi-Fi.

There is a modern fitness center and a customized outdoor swimming pool that maintains a temperature no lower than 70 degrees. Further, two of the five local golf courses can be reached via the hotel’s complimentary shuttle, and the farthest golf link is only 8.2 miles away.

The Four Points by Sheraton in San Diego, California


Pinnacle Hotels USA’s Move to Full-Service Locations in San Diego

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Pinnacle Hotels

Bharat Lall, MD, was working as a medical doctor with a dream of getting into real estate for several years before he bought his first motel with just 12 rooms in 1989. Since then, Dr. Bharat Lall left his medical practice and founded Pinnacle Hotels USA in 1998, where he currently serves as CEO.

Pinnacle has bought and sold many hotel properties since then, specializing in transforming under-performing hotels through upgrades and renovations. From the first 12-room motel, the company grew to work with several larger limited service locations with brands like La Quinta Inn and Comfort Inn.

In 2011, the company bought a Holiday Inn property in San Diego and transformed it with a $3.5 million renovation into the popular Four Points by Sheraton San Diego Downtown. The unique cylindrical building was built in 1970 and is now a full-service hotel with an updated fitness center and a restaurant and bar called C3.

The Four Points by Sheraton San Diego Downtown, along with Pinnacle’s other full-service property, the Radisson Hotel San Diego Rancho Bernardo, represent Pinnacle’s recent expansion into the full-service hotel industry. The company currently owns and manages eight hotel locations in San Diego, Austin, and Riverside from its headquarters in San Diego.

San Diego Public Library Hosts Glorious Graphite Art Exhibit

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San Diego Public Library

Bharat Lall, MD, is based in San Diego, California, and serves as president and chief of Pinnacle Hotels USA. Dedicated to his hotel guests and local community, Dr. Bharat Lall contributes to charitable causes such as the San Diego Public Library.

The San Diego Public Library offers local artists opportunities to show their work and connect with the community. Its branch, the San Carlos Friends of the Library, will organize a pencil works showcase for local artists working with graphite. The artists will attend the reception to speak with the public and discuss their works. The award-winning roster includes Hazel Waters, Gary Dyak, Scott Trimlett, Drew Brandish, Marty Armstrong and Loretta Deczynski. The event will be held in the community room of the San Carlos Branch Library on October 15th from 12 to 2pm.

The Pinnacle Privilege Card Offers Benefits to Travelers

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Pinnacle Privilege Card

For almost fifteen years, Bharat Lall, MD, has been operating Pinnacle Hotels USA. Headquartered in San Diego, the company provides unparalleled customer service. Under Dr. Bharat Lall’s leadership, Pinnacle has grown to 1600 guest rooms and 9 hotels in California and Texas. Pinnacle owns and manages its own hotels and proud to employs over 550 employees.

The Pinnacle Privilege Card offers special benefits to members who frequently stay at Pinnacle Hotels. Complimentary room upgrades, discounts on food and beverages, and flexible booking terms are available exclusively to card members. By booking directly with Pinnacle Hotels, card members can take advantage of special “free nights” offers. The Privilege Card is a great option for regular travelers to find special deals and get the most out of their stay at Pinnacle hotels.

Marriott Riverside at Convention Center Hotel

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Marriott Riverside at Convention Center Hotel

As the president and chief executive officer of Pinnacle Hotels USA, Bharat Lall, MD oversees nine hotels throughout the United States. He started Pinnacle Hotels USA in 1998 to help struggling hotels improve their services and facilities. Under the direction of Dr. Bharat Lall, Pinnacle is among the few companies in the United States that are authorized to manage Marriott Hotels. Marriott Riverside at the Convention Center is one of the hotels in Pinnacle’s portfolio.

Located two miles away from the University of California at Riverside campus, Marriott Riverside at Convention Center is a 12-story property with nearly 300 guest rooms that are tailored toward business and leisure travelers. The hotel contains more than 14,000 square feet of meeting space, along with a Grand Ballroom meant for banquets and parties. C3, an upscale restaurant and bar, is located on the property as well. Guests can enjoy access to a swimming pool and an outdoor lounge area throughout their stay, and the Riverside Convention Center, Riverside City Hall building and Fox Performing Arts Center are within walking distance of the hotel grounds.

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Travelers Combine Business and Leisure in New Hospitality Trend

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Pinnacle Hotels

Bharat Lall, MD, serves as President and CEO of Pinnacle Hotels USA, based in San Diego, California. Dr. Bharat Lall has been actively involved in the hospitality industry since the early 1990s.

Many prominent businesspeople are growing weary of whirlwind traveling. For many years, it was common to fly out, give a speech or attend a conference, and fly home all in one day or weekend. Today, it is becoming increasingly common for business travelers to combine their own personal vacation days with planned business travel, a practice dubbed “bleisure.”

This business-leisure hybrid is shaking things up in the hospitality industry. “Bleisure” travelers are the same high-powered executives that hotels like to retain, but now they are spending even more money when they visit. One- or two-night stays have become five-day or weeklong trips, and travelers are bringing their spouses along too. As this trend develops, the hospitality industry will work even harder to attract this profitable demographic.