Hersha unveils Philadelphia Marriott

Hersha Hospitality Management has announced that it is opening and currently taking
reservations for the upscale, newly built 100-suite Residence Inn
Philadelphia Langhorne.This is the second newly built Residence Inn by
Marriott opened and managed by HHM within the last month. The hotel is
located at 15 East Cabot Boulevard in Langhorne, just minutes from Sesame
Place Amusement Park, Oxford Valley Mall, Franklin Mills Outlet Mall,
historic New Hope and Washington Crossing. Guests are only 20 miles from
downtown Philadelphia.

“We are delighted to introduce this beautiful new property to the
Greater Philadelphia marketplace, particularly due to the hotel’s location,
distinct and updated look and feel, and value among its peer set,” said
Mark DiPiazza, HHM’s vice president of Operations in the Mid-Atlantic
Region. “The Residence Inn Philadelphia Langhorne is the only all-suite
hotel in Langhorne and is equipped with the latest generation of amenities
and design from Marriott’s Residence Inn.”
  The hotel features 100 brand new suites that include luxury bedding,
fully equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and high-speed
Internet access. The one- and two-bedroom suites also include a fireplace
and 32-inch flat screen televisions. Guests will enjoy a daily
complimentary hot breakfast buffet and frequent evening hospitality
receptions. Other amenities at the hotel include meeting facilities, an
indoor swimming pool and whirlpool, state-of-the-art fitness center,
billiards room, a sports court featuring basketball and tennis, an on-site
library, and marketplace.
  “We at HHM are pleased to have been involved in the planning and
opening of this magnificent hotel, which is emblematic of HHM’s strategy of
partnering with leading developers in our core, strategic markets in the
Northeast to manage newly built nationally franchised hotels,” said Thomas
D. Reese, president of HHM. “Greater Philadelphia is one of our
fast-growing clusters, with eight hotels currently under management, and
numerous other hotel development projects in or around Center City
Philadelphia.”
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