The Hyatt Place Wesley Chapel has announced it will begin construction in early 2017 on the latest hotel to go up on the busy S.R. 56 corridor.
The hotel will have 130 rooms and will be developed by Impact Properties. It will be built on the northwest corner of S.R. 56 and I-75 across from the Tampa Premium Outlets.
“After owning this property for 30 years and knowing its potential, we are delighted to see this project materialize,” said Michael Sierra, vice president of Sierra Properties, in a statement.
The new hotel will feature:
- 130 rooms with separate spaces to sleep, work and play.
- Free Wi-Fi throughout
- 24/7 Gallery Menu and Market available any time of the day
- a.m. Kitchen Skillet, providing free hot breakfast for guests
- A 6,000-sq.-ft. high-tech conference center
- 24-hour StayFit gym
Sierra also said that in addition to Hyatt Place Wesley Chapel opening, Phase 1 will see the completion of 230 multi-family luxury apartments and 10 new places to eat, referring to places like Ford’s Garage, Pollo Tropical, Wendy’s and Taco Bell that are currently in permitting. LongHorn Steakhouse and BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse are also expected to open soon almost directly across S.R. 56.
Hyatt Place Wesley Chapel will be the first Hyatt property in the county, and will also be the first integrated within the 500-acre mixed use Cypress Creek Town Center development, which has over 2-million-sq.-ft. of retail space, hotel, multi-family and office space.
The new hotel joins others being built along the S.R. corridor, such as the 123-room Hilton Garden Inn (which broke ground this month and hopes to open in summer of 2017), the 80-room Holiday Inn Express by Florida Hospital Center Ice and a 92-room Fairfield Inn & Suites Wiregrass (currently in permitting) near the Shops at Wiregrass.