Hyatt Regency Sacramento, Zagster partner to offer bikes to hotel guests

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014 - 10:18 am

Zagster, the Massachusetts-based company that provides bikes-as-a-service, has partnered with the Hyatt Regency Sacramento hotel to offer bike-sharing to guests, what Zagster called the first bike-share in Sacramento.

Hotel guests can reserve and ride cruiser bikes to Sacramento restaurants, stores and offices, of just explore the area.

The service begins with four bikes available on-demand for guests at the hotel for up to a full day’s use. To use Zagster, a guest simply signs a waiver at the concierge desk and is assigned a bike from available inventory. The bikes come with their own locking system.

“We’re constantly looking for new amenities to meet the needs of our guests, and Zagster is a perfect fit for today’s health and sustainability-conscious traveler,” said Scott VandenBerg, general manager of the downtown Hyatt. “With the American River Bike Trail and the state capitol nearby, our guests will have a new, fun and convenient way to get around town and see the sights.”

Zagster’s bike-sharing programs are being developed nationwide in partnership with real estate/apartment companies, businesses, hotel chains and colleges.

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Call The Bee’s Mark Glover, (916) 321-1184.

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