Maya Hotels to develop Hilton Garden Inn in Charlotte, N.C.

Hilton Garden Inn Steele Creek Charlotte will include an onsite Garden Grill & Bar, meeting space, a 24-hour grab-and-go retail space, a 24-hour business center, a fitness center, an indoor pool and an outdoor gathering area. Photo credit: Maya Hotels

Maya Hotels will develop a 138-room Hilton Garden Inn in Charlotte, N.C., as part of a larger master-planned complex in the city’s Steele Creek area. The company expects to break ground in the first quarter of 2020, with an estimated development cost of $150,000 per room.

The hotel will include an onsite Garden Grill & Bar, meeting space, a 24-hour grab-and-go retail space, a 24-hour business center, a fitness center, an indoor pool and an outdoor gathering area. Each guestroom will include a work desk, a mini fridge, a microwave and a Keurig coffee maker.

“This property’s vibrant public spaces and inviting guest rooms will be a great fit for today’s traveler, whether traveling for business or leisure,” Parimal Thakor, Maya Hotels’ VP, said in a statement.

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This March, Maya Hotels completed the development of the Hilton Garden Inn Gastonia/Charlotte West. In Mooresville, N.C., it has two hotels currently under construction: a 120-room Tru by Hilton and a 128-room Aloft. Both are scheduled to open in the first half of 2020.

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