PARSIPPANY, N.J. — (hospitalitybusinessnews.com) TRYP by Wyndham, Spanish-born brand and lifestyle hospitality trendsetter, is bringing its unique urban twist to Fort Lauderdale with the TRYP by Wyndham Maritime Hotel, the brand’s first hotel in Florida and third in the U.S.
The 150-room, new construction hotel is managed by Florida-based Innisfree Hotels and owned by Taplin Development Company, the successful developer of more than 2,500,000 square feet of luxury apartments, landscape design projects, and mixed use developments. The hotel is expected to open in March 2017.
TRYP by Wyndham offers an insider’s look at the most exciting cities in the world and Fort Lauderdale is no exception. The city is a flourishing travel destination thanks to the increased popularity of its growing airport, cruise port and convention centers. TRYP by Wyndham Maritime Hotel will embrace the essence of the surrounding marina, sporting a nautical design including elements inspired by local marine life and the cruise ships that grace its shores every day.
“TRYP by Wyndham is unlike any other lifestyle brand, appealing to international travelers and fascinating U.S. guests experiencing it for the first time,” said Chip Ohlsson, Wyndham Hotel Group’s chief development officer. “It offers travelers a lifestyle experience completely unique to Fort Lauderdale, backed by the power of the world’s largest hotel company and one of the area’s most successful developers.”
TRYP by Wyndham Maritime Hotel offers easy access to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Port Everglades, and I-95. The hotel will feature a pool and outdoor deck, as well as a European-style tapas bar – a trademark of the TRYP brand – featuring 11 aquariums showcasing local marine life.
“Located in the ‘Boating Capital of the World,’ TRYP by Wyndham Maritime Hotel anchors Fort Lauderdale’s four-star Marina Bay, the city’s premier luxury yacht marina. From furnishings to facilities, this stylish newcomer embraces the nautical lifestyle and tropical beauty of South Florida,” said Jack Taplin, owner and chief executive officer of Taplin Development Company.