DoubleTree by Hilton Expands in Ohio
Wednesday July 16th, 2014 - 10:38AM PBQ
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NEWARK, OH—Hilton Worldwide has opened the full-service DoubleTree by Hilton Newark, Ohio.
The six-floor, 117-key hotel is the third DoubleTree by Hilton property in the metropolitan Columbus area. It is owned and operated by The Jerry McClain Company and managed by Columbus Hospitality.
DoubleTree by Hilton Newwark, Ohio debuts a contemporary new look including a redesigned lobby with an expanded business center and workstations. Guestrooms and suites feature the DoubleTree by Hilton SweetDreams bed, 37-in. HDTV, workstation with a desk and executive-style chair, one refrigerator in standard rooms and two refrigerators in suites. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout all guestrooms and public areas.
The hotel offers more than 5,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space. It can accommodate meeting and events for up to 220 people. The meeting facility features new A/V equipment.
DoubleTree by Hilton Newark, Ohio offers a 24-hour business center, 24-hour fitness center, heated indoor pool and an outdoor patio with a fireplace.
The full-service restaurant and lounge, Elements Local Bistro, offers a casual dining experience with locally sourced ingredients and various wines, cocktails and local craft beers. The Market Pantry in the lobby offers a casual grab-and-go option with ready-made sandwiches, beverages and other snacks.
DoubleTree signatures include a chocolate chip cookie upon check-in, gourmet in-room tea and coffee choices from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, CITRON body care products from Crabtree & Evelyn and CARE culture, which stands for “Create a Rewarding Experience” for guests. Complimentary shuttle service within a five-mile radius of the property is also available by appointment between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m.
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