Friday, August 12, 2022

News: New Rotherham hotel set to be called "Courtyard by Marriott Sheffield"


A new 150 bedroom hotel being built in Rotherham has a management company in place and is set to be called Courtyard by Marriott Sheffield. It is due to open in Spring 2023.

Rothbiz reported last year that Essex-based developer, Stapleford Ventures Ltd, had secured planning permission for a six storey, 150 bedroom hotel on land off Highfield Spring and Poplar Way where the Waverley development meets the Morrisons roundabout at Catcliffe.

Leading independent hotel management company, RBH Hospitality Management, has been appointed by Stapleford Ventures Ltd to operate the new Courtyard by Marriott Sheffield.

The new-build property will include a brasserie restaurant, as well as a fitness centre and meeting facilities. It will occupy a prominent position at the entrance roundabout to the Waverley development, and will provide an important community asset for use by residents, and businesses at the adjacent Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP).

The signing marks the further strengthening of RBH’s Marriott portfolio as the company’s fifth Courtyard by Marriott, and ninth overall Marriott opening in recent years, following the launch of The Westin London City in November - Marriott’s 1000th EMEA opening. The opening will closely follow the launch of the new AC by Marriott Glasgow, also scheduled to open in Spring 2023. As well as operating the Courtyard by Marriott Sheffield, RBH has also been selected to provide technical assistance and IT Project Management throughout the build phase of the project.

David Hart, CEO of RBH Hospitality Management, said: "This new hotel is a great addition to our 2023 pipeline and a reflection of the continued success in our growth strategy. We are delighted to have forged a new relationship with Stapleford Ventures, a family-run business led by Neil Searle, that importantly holds a similar culture and set of values to our own and we look forward to growing our partnership together.”

Neil Searle, Managing Director of Stapleford Ventures, added: "We are excited to bring the first Marriott-branded hotel to the Sheffield area and to be working alongside RBH who we know will bring a depth of experience to the project. Courtyard by Marriott Sheffield will be a great addition to the area, offering the perfect destination for business travellers in light of its proximity to the business park, as well as for leisure visitors. Plans are well underway and we look forward to opening this fantastic property in partnership with RBH and Marriott in 2023.”

Courtyard by Marriott website

Images: S R Davis


Anonymous,  August 12, 2022 at 10:50 AM  

Is this hotel going to be used for immigrants like the Ibis at Bramley? Not that I'm against immigrants, I'd just like the council to keep me informed of what's happening in my village.

Anonymous,  August 12, 2022 at 11:42 AM  

Just where does Sheffield finish and Rotherham start?.

Anonymous,  August 12, 2022 at 11:58 AM  

Joke ..and Rotherham council stand by and let it happen with out any response.Ive said some of time Rotherham should play Sheffield at it own game,by claiming Meadowhall as Rotherham,same goes for or Sheffield arena.

Anonymous,  August 12, 2022 at 12:03 PM  

Careful anonymous they'll be labelling you "waist"...I'm fr Bramley too and I don't give a hoot about labelling,I'll say it as it is,I don't want these immigrants in area,lowering standards of area,and while we're at it,why not house our own homeless including the many ex servicemen with issues,?

Anonymous,  August 12, 2022 at 12:39 PM  

Rotherham doesn’t exist anymore it’s just a suberb of Sheffield

Anonymous,  August 12, 2022 at 7:38 PM  

RMBC it should be a pre-requisite that any business setting up in Rotherham MUST say they are in Rotherham otherwise tell them to go to Sheffield. This is how you lose your identity. Boundary Mills is another one. It should be stopped. Waverley is in Rotherham. I went to a meeting in Waverley when top professionals addressed the meeting as though we were in Sheffield. However, a top official of Harworth Estates also addressed the meeting and put everyone right by explaining we are in Rotherham and not Sheffield. Good on him.

Anonymous,  August 17, 2022 at 11:47 AM  

I agree that it should be part of the planning consent that they must say they're in Rotherham. Events at Magna are now usually advertised as being in Sheffield which considering the millions RMBC has spent to keep it afloat is a disgrace.

Anonymous,  November 21, 2022 at 11:30 AM  

I completely agree with the above comments. I get absolutely appalled and angry at RMBC allowing businesses to claim they are in Sheffield when they clearly aren't. The local Boundary Outlet and at one time JTF did it so I e-mailed both companies questioning their published addresses and correcting them on their location, Boundary Outlet made some effort and changed theirs to Rotherham near Sheffield but JTF just didn't get it all and said they didn't understand and couldn't help me at all!

Anonymous,  January 1, 2023 at 5:03 PM  

First the Waverley estate is built on the land that belonged to orgreave colliery which is classed as handsworth Sheffield not Rotherham .. Rotherham began as the catcliffe roundabout /bridge

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