New Hilton Garden Inn Opens in Mt. Laurel, NJ

140-room hotel offers everything guests need while traveling for business or leisure

. October 17, 2011

Mt. Laurel, NJ - October 14, 2011 - Hilton Garden Inn® the award-winning brand of upscale, yet affordable, hotels, today announced the opening of the 140-room Hilton Garden Inn Mt. Laurel, representing an addition to the brand's growing portfolio of more than 515 hotels worldwide.
The Hilton Garden Inn Mount Laurel is owned by Mt. Laurel Lodging Association LLP and managed by Sun Development and Management Corporation and is located at 4000 Atrium Way in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
“The Hilton Garden Inn Mt. Laurel is in close proximity to two larger cities - Philadelphia and Atlantic City, and a host of attractions including Battleship New Jersey, Camden Aquarium and Citizens Bank Park,” said Jeff Barnes, the hotel's general manager. “Our airy Pavilion lobby combined with our comfortable guestrooms, convenient guest services and friendly hotel team members make our hotel an ideal choice for business or leisure travelers to Mt. Laurel. No matter the trip occasion, we can ensure our guests have everything they need.”

Situated just a short distance from a number of corporations and businesses including TD Bank, ADP Financial Services, CSC, PHH Mortgage and NFL Films, the Hilton Garden Inn Mt. Laurel provides the amenities to ensure guests sleep deep, stay fit, eat well, work smart and treat themselves while on the road.

The hotel features the brand's signature Garden Sleep System® bed - a revolutionary bed providing self-adjusting, pressure-free support. Guests will stay productive with both wired and WiFi Internet access in guestrooms and public spaces. The hotel also features an ergonomic Mirra® desk chair by Herman Miller; a spacious and clutter-free work desk; and two speaker telephones equipped with data ports and voice mail. Guests will also benefit from the complimentary 24-hour business center, featuring Print Spots™ remote printing which allows wireless printing from any laptop or PDA.

Guests can start off their day with a full-cooked-to-order breakfast featuring omelets, fruit, breads and the brand's signature waffle in the Garden Bar & Grille® restaurant. The restaurant also serves cocktails and dinner, as well as evening room service. The Pavilion Pantry® is open 24 hours and features a complete selection of salty snacks, sweet treats, cold beverages as well as freshly prepared, frozen and microwaveable packaged items.

Other hotel amenities include: a glass-enclosed Pavilion lobby featuring a comfortable lounge area with a television and fireplace; an easy-to-set alarm clock that allows guests to play their portable CD or MP3 player; 32” LCD HDTVs in every room; an in-room “hospitality center” with a mini fridge, microwave oven and coffee maker; a sitting area with an easy chair and ottoman; a hairdryer; and an iron and ironing board. The hotel's recreational facilities consist of a fitness center with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength training equipment, as well as an indoor swimming pool and whirlpool. The hotel also features three meeting rooms offering 1,400+ square feet of flexible space and an on-site guest laundry facility . Hilton Garden Inn Mt. Laurel participates in Hilton HHonors®, the only hotel rewards program that offers Points & Miles® and No Blackout Dates.

The Hilton Garden Inn Mt. Laurel is located at 4000 Atrium Way in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. Take exit 36A (RT-73 south) from I-295 or exit 4 (RT-73 South) from I-95 and the hotel is at the corner of Atrium Way and Arbor Way. For more information, contact us at 856-234-4788

About Hilton Garden Inn
Hilton Garden Inn is the award-winning, upscale, yet affordable hotel brand that continually strives to ensure today's busy travelers have everything they need to be most productive on the road — from our oh-so-comfortable Garden Sleep System® bed to complimentary wired and Wi-Fi Internet access in all guestrooms. So whether on the road for personal or business reasons, Hilton Garden Inn offers the amenities and services for travelers to sleep deep, stay fit, eat well and work smart while away from home. For more information about our locations around the globe, visit www.hgi.com or call 1-877-STAY-HGI.

About Hilton Worldwide
Hilton Worldwide is the leading global hospitality company, spanning the lodging sector from luxurious full-service hotels and resorts to extended-stay suites and mid-priced hotels. For 93 years, Hilton Worldwide has been offering business and leisure travelers the finest in accommodations, service, amenities and value. The company is dedicated to continuing its tradition of providing exceptional guest experiences across its global brands. Its brands are comprised of more than 3,750 hotels and timeshare properties, with 615,000 rooms in 85 countries and include Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites Hotels, Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Hotels, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Home2 Suites by Hilton and Hilton Grand Vacations. The company also manages the world-class guest reward program Hilton HHonors®. For more information about the company, visit www.HiltonWorldwide.com or connect with Hilton Worldwide at www.HiltonWorldwide.com/Media.

Media contact:

Dawn Ray
T: 901-374-5954
E: dawn.ray@hilton.com

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