Longman Properties Opens Country Inns & Suites in Frederick, MD
Tuesday February 4th, 2014 - 1:35PM POB
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FREDERICK, MD—Longman Properties has opened a Country Inn & Suites By Carlson here.
“We are excited about this addition to our portfolio and to welcome Longman Properties as a new Country Inns & Suites owner,” stated Scott Meyer, SVP/Midscale Brands, Americas, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group. “We are pleased that they are making the investment to update the hotel with elements of our latest design that appeal to a younger generation of traveler and continues to resonate with our loyal guests.”
The renovations will add more modern interiors and color palettes and comfortable yet stylish furnishings. Areas of the hotel to be updated and renovated include the guestrooms, corridors and common spaces. The renovation will include the expansion of the dining room and breakfast serving area.
The hotel offers 100 guestrooms and suites, a fitness center and business center. The hotel features the brand’s signature and complimentary amenities, including high-speed Internet access and hot breakfast served daily. The hotel also offers complimentary weekday newspaper and parking.
“We are thrilled to begin a relationship with the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and their family of brands,” stated property owner, Scott Nieh, Longman Properties, LLC.
Longman Properties is a Pennsylvania-based, privately owned Hospitality firm that owns one hotel. Horizon Hotels Ltd. will manage the hotel.
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