White Lodging to Manage the Marriott at Glenpointe
Tuesday March 11th, 2014 - 9:53AM BOG
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TEANECK, NJ—White Lodging has been selected to manage the Marriott at Glenpointe located here. Developed and owned by Alfred Sanzari Enterprises of Hackensack, NJ, the 345-room hotel and conference center is part of the Glenpointe complex, a mixed-use development in northern New Jersey.
“The Marriott at Glenpointe has many wonderful attributes including a prime location close to New York City, local airports, the Meadowlands Sports Complex and many of the area's top leisure attractions," stated Keith Shopnick, general manager of the Marriott at Glenpointe. "The hotel delivers outstanding customer service, exciting culinary options and is the place to hold events in Northern New Jersey. We are thrilled to be part of this community and Alfred Sanzari Enterprises to continue elevating upon the guest experience."
The Marriott at Glenpointe is just three miles from the George Washington Bridge and 15 minutes from Manhattan. A multi-million dollar renovation project recently transformed the hotel’s lobby, restaurants and 26,500 sq. ft. of meeting space. Key to the lobby renovation is the hotel's adaptation of Marriott's “Great Room” concept, which features comfortable seating and plenty of room to work, socialize or relax.
“White Lodging’s industry reputation as a top-notch, results-oriented hotel operator speaks for itself,” stated David Sanzari, president and CEO of Alfred Sanzari Enterprises. “Their significant expertise and proven track record in managing full-service Marriott-brand hotels was highly attractive to us, and made them a logical choice for this premier asset.”
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