Home2 Suites by Hilton Opens First Property in Greensboro
Wednesday March 26th, 2014 - 9:31AM PB
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GREENSBORO, NC—Home2 Suites by Hilton, Hilton Worldwide's mid-tier, all-suite hotel brand designed for modern business travelers and extended stay guests, opened its 30th hotel, Home2 Suites by Hilton Greensboro Airport here.
"Home2 Suites' continued entry into new markets, like Greensboro, is a testament to our brand's exceptional growth," stated Bill Duncan, global head, Home2 Suites by Hilton. "This marks our fourth hotel in the state of North Carolina and we are excited to bring our unique extended stay experience and innovative approach to the Greensboro community."
The five-story, 95-suite hotel is located near the Piedmont Triad International Airport and offers easy access to nearby restaurants, shopping and corporate business parks. Nearby attractions include Wet 'n' Wild Emerald Pointe Water Park, Greensboro Coliseum Complex and International Civil Rights Center & Museum. The hotel is owned by Triad Hotels, LLC.
The hotel offers easy access to technology and inviting community spaces, as well as the trademark Home2 Suites amenities standard in all properties, such as the Oasis lobby area, the Home2 MKT for grab-and-go items, the Spin2 Cycle, a combined laundry and fitness area, and complimentary continental breakfast at the Inspired Table that includes a variety of morning favorites like a hot breakfast sandwich. The hotel also features an indoor pool and gas grills for guests' use.
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