Gulph Creek Hotels Acquires 128-Unit Hyatt House In Bridgewater, New Jersey

USA, Wayne, Pennsylvania. December 20, 2018

Gulph Creek Hotels is pleased to announce the acquisition of the 128-Unit Hyatt House in Bridgewater, New Jersey. The hotel is located on a five-acre campus on Route 22 East just west of Route 202 and the Bridgewater Mall. The hotel is centrally located and easily accessible to commercial hubs throughout New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. Bridgewater is a dynamic and growing biotech, pharmaceutical and technology center. The hotel offers spacious one and two-bedroom suites with full kitchens and a separate living space and work area. Food and beverage offerings include a full bar and dinner menu, complimentary freshly made breakfast, and 1,500 square feet of meeting space.

The hotel will be owned and managed by Gulph Creek Hotels. “We are excited to be in the Bridgewater market with Hyatt Hotels," said Derek Sylvester, principal of Gulph Creek Hotels, "We are planning guest room renovations and lobby upgrades in the coming year and look forward to a successful venture with Hyatt and our capital partners." 

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