Cincinnati convention center to get a $14M Hyatt Place hotel

The new hotel that will be connected to the Sharonville Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, will be a Hyatt Place.

Hyatt Hotels Corp. and Rolling Hills Hospitality Group, the developer of the hotel, entered into a franchise agreement to bring the business travel hotel brand to Sharonville.

Construction of Hyatt Place Sharonville/Convention Center is expected to begin this fall. The six-story, contemporary metal and glass building will have 120 guestrooms with separate work space, free WiFi and hard-wired Internet access in each room, more than 2,000 square feet of meeting space, complimentary breakfast, an indoor saltwater swimming pool, a 24-hour gym and a “Coffee to Cocktails Bar” that will serve Starbucks coffees and teas, premium beer, wine and cocktails.

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The deal to bring a $14 million hotel to the convention center was signed in May 2014 by city officials and Rolling Hills Hospitality, a Fort Mitchell-based hospitality company.

Hyatt Place has more than 215 locations in the U.S., Armenia, China, Costa Rica, India, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Netherlands and United Arab Emirates. This will be the fourth Hyatt Place in the Greater Cincinnati market, joining hotels in Mason, Blue Ash and Florence.

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