Embassy Suites Opening Marks Latest Milestone for $500M Fairbourne Station Makeover

Created and held under the wing of Hilton, the Embassy Suites brand is rapidly gaining popularity with its pre-opening recording the first “sold-out” moment during the time of the locally held Outdoor Retailers conference. The hotel’s guest amenity package features a fitness center, an indoor pool, laundry facilities accessible by all guests, 7,500 square feet of meeting space, made-to-order breakfast option and a daily event featuring snacks and drinks in the evening.

In the latest milestone for West Valley City’s $500 million Fairbourne Station urban renewal program, a 162-key Embassy Suites officially opened its doors on Feb. 12, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.

Located at 3524 S. Market Street, Embassy Suites features a Shula’s 347 Grill, part of football coach Don Shula’s Miami-based dining chain. The West Valley City Redevelopment Agency kickstarted development by securing $33 million in private financing and leasing the property to the project’s developer, West Valley Lodging Initiatives L.L.C., the Tribune reported.

The hotel’s guest amenity package features a fitness center, an indoor pool, laundry facilities and 7,500 square feet of meeting space. Renascent Hospitality is the on-site  manager.

Plans for the 40-acre Fairbourne Station redevelopment site call for residential, retail, hotel and office components.

Rendering courtesy of embassysuites3.hilton.com/

The hotel’s guest amenity package features a fitness center, an indoor pool, laundry facilities and 7,500 square feet of meeting space. Renascent Hospitality is the on-site  manager.