New Hampton Inn & Suites Opens in Greensboro
109-room property brings Hamptonality to North Carolina
Hampton Hotels, the global brand of nearly 1,900 mid-priced Hampton Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, and Hampton by Hilton hotels, today announced the official opening of its newest property, the 109-room Hampton Inn & Suites Greensboro/Coliseum Area located at 3033 High Point Road.
“Hampton combines quality, innovation, comfort and plenty of value-added extras, making it the brand of choice in the marketplace today,” said Karen Grissom, general manager of the Hampton Inn & Suites Greensboro/Coliseum Area. “Quality accommodations and amenities combined with proactive, friendly service from our team members – all backed by the 100% Hampton? Guarantee – make us highly competitive in the Greensboro area.”
The hotel is owned and operated by CN Hotels, Inc. It is the fourth Hampton property in Greensboro, ahead of seven more Hampton hotels slated to be opened in North Carolina and more than 250 Hampton properties in the pipeline in the U.S.
Located just off I-40, the Hampton Inn & Suites Greensboro/Coliseum Area is only minutes from downtown Greensboro and within walking distance of a number of restaurants and popular attractions, such as the Four Seasons Mall, International Civil Rights Museum and Emerald Pointe Water Park. The hotel is also nearby NC A&T University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro as well as the Koury Convention Center, Greensboro Coliseum and Greensboro Aquatic Center.
The Hampton Inn & Suites Greensboro/Coliseum Area offers amenities such as a free hot breakfast, 24-hour business center and versatile meeting space for special events. It also features interior corridors, a modern fitness center and an indoor saline pool. All guestrooms are equipped with the Clean and Fresh Hampton bedTM, free high-speed internet access and a flat screen TV. Suites offer a sleeper sofa, bar sink, under-the-counter refrigerator and microwave oven.
Hampton Hotels employs a unique culture of hospitality – called “Hamptonality.”? This term describes each hotel’s approach to friendly customer service, anticipating guests’ needs and providing travelers with helpful suggestions about area attractions, historical facts and fun things do around town.? Additionally, hotels are infused with local photography and art work, highlighting each property’s connection and support to its own community.