First company-owned ESA new-build for 12 years opens in Florida

George Sell George Sell Uploaded 12 December 2019


US: Extended Stay America has opened a new company owned hotel in Gibsonton, Florida, the first of its kind for the brand in more than 12 years.

The four-storey Extended Stay America Gibsonton, the brand’s 54th property in Florida, features 124 rooms, complimentary WiFi, free onsite parking, a gym, laundry room and a lobby area.

Rooms include fully equipped kitchens with full-size refrigerators and cooktops. Suites include pillow-top beds for comfortable sleeping, recliners and a workspace for those on business trips. All rooms also include high-speed internet and television streaming capabilities.

“We are more than excited to expand our family and add yet another great location to our impressive collection of hotels in Florida,” said Jim Alderman, chief development officer for Extended Stay America. “This location complements our existing eight hotels in the Tampa-St. Pete metro area and provides guests with an affordable and comfortable place to stay in the southern portion of Hillsborough County proximate to many existing and new demand generators, creating an easy commute both north and south for guests visiting the area. At Extended Stay America, we pride ourselves on providing hotels that are convenient for everyone, and we are confident this new location and the surrounding amenities will surpass all guest expectations.”

The Gibsonton location represents Extended Stay America’s southernmost hotel on the west coast of Florida, extending its reach down the Interstate 75 corridor. The Gibsonton property will soon be joined by new Extended Stay America hotels in Port Charlotte, Palmetto and North Tampa.


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