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Homewood Suites opens in La Quinta

Homewood Suites by Hilton has opened the 130-suite Homewood Suites by
Hilton hotel La Quinta, Calif.The hotel is owned by CP Development La
Quinta, LLC and managed by Windsor Hotels and represents another addition
to the growing roster of more than 200 Homewood Suites by Hilton hotels
“The new hotel’s location, in the rapidly growing Coachella Valley and city
of La Quinta, makes our city an ideal market for an upscale, extended-stay
hotel like Homewood Suites by Hilton,” said Brad Poncher, general manager.

“Our hotel is designed for guests who stay for five or more nights, but is
also perfect for short stays and families who need to feel more at home
while they are traveling,” Brad Poncher said. “We are the ideal place for
those travelers who are away from home or the office for several days but
still need to have a full kitchen, executive business center and
complimentary high-speed internet access.”

At the Homewood Suites hotel in La Quinta, each suite offers picture
postcard views of the Santa Rosa Mountains or the courtyard, pool and
waterfall.  The hotel is conveniently located near many local attractions
including the Indian Wells Tennis Garden, one-half mile away, the Indian
Wells Golf Resort, 12 miles, the El Paseo Shopping District and over 100
golf courses within 5 miles.

The 3-story Homewood Suites by Hilton La Quinta features residential-style
studio, one- bedroom and two-bedroom suites with fully equipped kitchens
and spacious sleeping and living areas that are large enough for work,
study, entertaining or relaxing. In an effort to help guests be more
productive, complimentary high-speed Internet is available in each guest
suite, as well as in the Lodge and meeting rooms. In addition, the Hilton
Family of Hotels custom-designed its own clock for each guest suite,
featuring one of the easiest-to-set alarms.  What’s more, the new clocks
also feature a connection cable for MP3 players and other portable music
devices including iPods, an addition Hilton made after research revealed
that consumers prefer to maintain their own music lifestyles while on the