Proposed 87-unit Fairfield Inn for Golden

The construction of a gas station and other commercial units are also part of the potential proposal

Artist's rendition of Fairfield Inn and Suites.

A proposed Fairfield Inn and Suites may soon be welcoming guests in Golden - the proposal is before Golden council. — Photo courtesy Marriott Hotels/Town of Golden

Word is that the Golden hospitality sector will get another boost in the not too distant future with the construction of a newly proposed Fairfield Inn and Suites — a Marriott subsidiary.

A development company owned by Paul Deutsch’s Golden Mountain Rim Hospitality will build the six storey, 87-unit hotel on the Golden Donald Upper Road. 

The proposal is before Golden council for consideration and approval.

In addition to the hotel, the developer has requested permission to construct a gas station and other commercial units on the property fronting the busy Trans-Canada highway.

The construction timeline is dependent on Town approval.

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