Monday, June 30, 2014

Yet Another Hotel Coming to North San Jose

North San Jose has been adding new hotels left and right. A combo 175-room Residence Inn and 146-room SpringHill Suites (both owned by Marriott) is just about ready near the airport. A new Aloft near Alviso has broken ground. Hyatt is moving forward with 330 rooms across two of their brands (Hampton Inn and Home2 Suites) that would both be on the same parcel. Lastly, part of Bay 101's redevelopment will likely include two hotels, and Phase 2 of M8trix includes a hotel tower.

If that wasn't enough for you, there is one more project to add to the mix. A 1.9-acre site at 1610 N. 4th Street is being considered for a 120-room hotel with 6,500 SQFT of banquet space. Currently this space is a private parking lot for airport travelers.

The developer is known for building hotels that are part of the InterContinental chain, such as Candlewood Suites and Holiday Inn. $25 million is being budgeted for this particular project. For more info check out the source link below.

Source: SVBJ


  1. The city should be banning these hotels from being built in North San JO! What's with this love affair with with North San Jose?! Why not focus building hotels downtown?

  2. It's not a love affair. It's just market, the airport, the new 49ers stadium, etc are all to the "north".

  3. San Jose continues to add Hotels. Only if they were of a larger magnitude. I'm a traveler and when I travel and see buildings in the masses then I think hey this is where I want to be! San Jose needs to stop making baby hotels that are found in California smallest cities. We need icons. Taller buildings, and larger hotels is indeed a good way for San Jose.