Second hotel coming to Queen Creek

By Janet Perez | Your Valley

The town of Queen Creek has agreed to sell more than 2.4 acres of town-owned land for the express purpose of building a hotel.

The proposed hotel would be located on the southwest corner of Ellsworth and Rittenhouse roads, not far from the current Hampton Inn Queen Creek at 20768 E. Maya Road off Ellsworth Road and behind the Sprouts Farmers Market.

At the June 1 Queen Creek Town Council meeting, council members voted to approve the sale of the land to HD Management for more than $1.9 million.

“Four proposals were submitted for the town’s consideration. After review of the proposals, the town council directed staff to enter into exclusive negotiations with HD Management for the negotiation of a purchase and development agreement for a hotel,” according to a staff report.

A stipulation of the sale was that only a hotel could be built on the property and have the following characteristics: Branded Homewood Suites by Hilton (or comparable brand); at least five stories and not fewer than 125 rooms, including no fewer than 20% as suites; and include conference facilities, swimming pool and fitness center, a staff report stated.

“The hotel may be a limited service or extended stay hotel but cannot be a budget (or similar) hotel,” was another stipulation, according to the staff report.

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