Company plans to break ground on additional Hershey hotel this Summer.
HERSHEY, PA. – Shaner Hotels, an award winning, international hotel owner, operator and developer, announced the acquisition of the 86-room Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Hershey in Pa. Shaner also will operate the property and plans to implement $1.2 million in renovations to completely remodel guest rooms. Additionally, the company announced that it will break ground on another hotel, a TownePlace Suites scheduled to break ground in the coming months.
“Alongside our sister hotels, the Courtyard Hershey Chocolate Avenue and the Fairfield Inn Harrisburg International Airport, the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Hershey further establishes our presence in the Hershey/Harrisburg marketplace,” said Plato Ghinos, president, Shaner Hotels. “The Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton benefits from its prime location directly across the street from Hersheypark, making it the closest Hilton-branded product in the area to the family amusement park. Following the completion of the hotel’s full refresh, we fully expect it to become the market and segment leader for business and leisure travelers to the area.”
Located in the heart of Hershey at 195 Hershey Road, the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Hershey is within minutes of such area attractions as Hersheypark, Hershey Gardens, Giant Center, Zoo America, Penn State Hershey Medical Center and the AACA Museum. In addition to standard rooms, the 86-room suites hotel also features two-bedroom extended suites that sleep six. Hotel amenities include complimentary hot breakfast, 24/7 Sweet Shop, free Wi-Fi, fitness center and heated indoor pool. All guest rooms and suites feature microwaves and refrigerators.
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