Hyatt Place - Airport & 12th



Owner: Innisfree Hotels

Location: Pensacola, Florida

Size: 83,076 sq ft

Cost: $11,758,394

Completion Date: March 2013

Architect: Spencer Maxwell Partington Architects


Description: Robins & Morton’s Hyatt Place hotel project serves as the first and only showcase hotel located at the International Airport in Pensacola, Florida. It was also the first Hyatt Place hotel in the country built using a new design prototype; the owners were not only impressed with the way Robins & Morton handled the nuances of the new prototype, they also brought in multiple other companies building these new Hyatt Place projects down to the jobsite from across the country to see Robins & Morton’s success in Pensacola. The $11.7 million, 83,076 square foot Hyatt Place consists of a 127 large, suite-style rooms, a heated indoor pool, restaurant and bar, 1,100 square feet of meeting space, and a striking 6-story curtain wall glass façade. The hotel also features a fitness center open 24 hours a day and a modern business center with advanced technological capabilities. Inspired by multitasking travelers’ 24/7 lifestyle, Hyatt Place combines stylish design, practical amenities, forward-thinking technology and purposeful service so guests can remain connected and productive while traveling. The owners gave the project a 100% Customer Satisfaction rating in a survey by our third-party surveyor, FMI, Inc. The Hyatt Place project serves as a great source of pride for the City of Pensacola, and its completion fell in conjunction with the airport acquiring international status, increasing the momentum of positive changes for the city as a whole.