The Hyatt Regency Adelaide, originally planned as a 28 story, $180 million hotel is now going to be scaled back
Hyatt Regency Adelaide scaled down from 295 to 285 keys
Construction will begin in early 2021
Will still include event space, pool, gym and rooftop bar
The Hyatt Regency Adelaide, originally planned as a 28 story, $180 million hotel is now going to be scaled back.
Work on the 295 room hotel was to begin earlier this year at the site currently shared by the five story former Bank of South Australia building, near the Adelaide Town Hall. The hotel will now have 285 rooms with the number of floors dropping from 28 stories to 22. Two stories of private suites, as well as three levels of parking and an indoor plant room had been axed.
The Property will have an event space, market café, swimming pool, fitness facilities and a rooftop bar. The total cost will be reduced to between $150 million and $160 million and construction will begin in early 2021.
The project is a collaboration between a Hyatt affiliate and CEL Australia, a subsidiary of Chip Eng Seng Corporation Limited.