Press Release- Hyatt Place Announcement

We are delighted to share that Mayor Kevin Hardman recently announced the construction of an upscale service hotel connected to the Sharonville Convention Center. Construction of the Hyatt Place Sharonville Convention Center will begin in the fall of this year.

Mayor Hardman shared his enthusiasm about the project: “We are thrilled to welcome the Hyatt Place brand to the Northern Lights District,” he said. “In addition to the approximately 75 jobs the hotel will create, it will also bring many other economic benefits to our community.”

The addition of a premier hotel like the Hyatt Place further enhances the Sharonville Convention Center’s status among meeting and event planners as a world-class convention center, providing the convenience for customers to host their events and hotel guests under one roof.

“This one-of-a-kind amenity allows us to continue to grow economic impact for our community and Hamilton County,” said Sharonville Convention Center Executive Director Jim Downton.

The six-story contemporary metal and glass building will feature:

  • 120 guestrooms, all featuring a swiveling 42-inch HDTV, the plush Hyatt Grand Bed®, Cozy Corner sectional sofa, mini-fridge, and a separate work space
  • Free Wi-Fi and remote printing everywhere, plus hard-wired access in each and every guestroom for seamless and secure access
  • More than 2,000 square feet of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space with audio visual equipment, that will complement the Sharonville Convention Center meeting space
  • Complimentary Kitchen Skillet TM breakfast for guests, featuring freshly prepared breakfast sandwiches, a variety of fresh fruits, hot and cold cereal, yogurt, breads, premium coffee and an assortment of juices
  • Indoor saltwater swimming pool and 24-hour gym with Life Fitness® cardio equipment
  • 24/7 Gallery Menu and a Coffee to Cocktails Bar that will serve Starbucks® specialty coffees and teas, premium beer, wine, and cocktails

Our next step in continuing to develop the Northern Lights District into an elite hospitability and entertainment destination is to secure additional full service restaurants. According to Chris Xeil Lyons, Economic Director for the City of Sharonville, “The addition of restaurants is critical to satisfying the current and future demands of our hotels, convention center and Princeton’s Viking Village.”

Enhancements to the Princeton School District will further enhance the Northern Light’s status as a leading destination for corporate, performance and sports visitors. The new campus will be the sixth largest public school facility in Ohio, featuring a 2,500-seat arena-style gymnasium, a 1,000-seat performance theater and a 500-seat natatorium. Several regional and national events are already scheduled there.

It is truly an exciting time for Sharonville and the Northern Lights District. We look forward to working with community and business leaders as the area continues grow and thrive as a premier destination for professional, leisure and entertainment gatherings of all kinds.