Hampton Inn & Suites Berry Farms

Franklin, TN, October 31, 2017 - Hilton's Hampton by Hilton brand, the global mid-priced hotel known for providing travelers with its signature Hamptonality service today announced the opening of its newest property in the Berry Farms Community of Franklin, TN. This 124 room Hampton by Hilton offers gracious hospitality, warm surroundings, a friendly service culture and a seasoned staff that makes sure guests are 100 percent happy. Guaranteed™.

“At Hampton Inn & Suites Berry Farms, guests will have everything they need to ensure a great experience and a memorable stay,” said Christy Howlett, general manager. “We strive to offer consistent and quality accommodations with value-added amenities". Unique offerings, including beautifully appointed public areas that are spacious and inviting, to use for work or simply enjoying some quiet time. In addition, an outdoor area with sparkling pool, grilling gazebo, green space and firepit is an amazing area, giving the guests a resort feel environment to enjoy both day and night.

Owned by Chartwell Hospitality and developed by Boyle Investment Company, Hampton by Hilton offers guests amenities such as free hot breakfast featuring delicious waffles and seasonal offerings, or On the Run™ Breakfast Bags for the on-the-go traveler. Additionally, its complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour business center and JumpStart Fitness Center are sure to set any guest on the right track. Each guestroom includes HDTV, free in-room movie channels and coffeemaker.

Hampton Inn & Suites at Berry Farms, is the Southern Gateway to Franklin, TN and is located in the heart of Williamson County. Dating back to the early 1800’s, the areas colorful history provides many opportunities to get up close and personal to middle Tennessee. History buffs, to foodies, there is always something unique and special to see or do. Festivals and events, exceptional shopping and locally owned restaurants, all conveniently located in and around Berry Farms and easily accessible to I-65, in Franklin, TN.

Hampton by Hilton has long been known for its unique and unmatched approach to hospitality. Team members proudly exhibit a unique culture described as Hamptonality. This term is defined by each hotel’s approach to friendly customer service, anticipation of guests needs, and establishing an authentic, friendly and caring culture.

Traveling on Interstate 65 to Peytonsville Road (Goose Creek Bypass) interchange, 7101 Berry Farms Crossing, Franklin, TN will bring you right to the door of the Hampton Inn & Suites Berry Farms. Proudly standing with 4 stories, 124 wonderfully appointed sleeping rooms and suites, offering the perfect mix-use areas for the business traveler and informal social gatherings and an exclusive private meeting space for up to 25 people. Hampton Inn & Suites Berry Farms, is part of Hilton Honors, the award-winning guest-loyalty program for Hilton’s 14 distinct hotel brands. Hilton Honors members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels save time and money and gain instant access to the benefits they care about most, such as an exclusive member discount, free Wi-Fi and a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose nearly any combination of Points and money to book a stay. Members can also redeem their Points for free nights, to gain access to unique events through the Hilton Honors auction platform or to make purchases with at Amazon.comwith Amazon Shop with Points.

For more information or to make reservations, please visit www.franklinberryfarms.hamptonbyhilton.comor call 615-599-3700.

Read more about Hampton by Hilton at www.hampton.comand www.news.hampton.com.

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