The Jamestown S’Klallam tribe has unveiled plans to begin building a new five story hotel adjacent to the Seven Cedars casino with construction expected to start next year. The Peninsula Daily News is reporting today that if all goes according to plan, the first phase of the long awaited project should be finished before the Memorial Day weekend of 2020. Jamestown CEO Ron Allen told the PDN that the new hotel will be “unlike anything the Peninsula has seen,” saying it will be a four-star experience. Allen says if it is as successful as they expect, it will become a destination resort. The project also includes plans for a spa, event center, RV park and a parking garage – depending on the success of the first phase and the resources available to the tribe. Allen says the tribe has long talked about plans for such a resort, but those discussions had to be put on hold during the Great Recession. But now, he says, efforts are finally moving forward.