Greenwood Hospitality to Manage Embassy Suites – Milwaukee Brookfield in Brookfield, Wisconsin

USA, Denver, Colorado. August 07, 2019

Greenwood Hospitality Group, a full-service third party hotel management company, announced today that it has been awarded the management contract for the Embassy Suites by Hilton Milwaukee Brookfield in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Greenwood Principal Aik Hong Tan made the announcement.

Centrally located in the Milwaukee area, the 203-room hotel is currently the only Embassy Suites by Hilton in the state of Wisconsin. Each of the property's two-room suites offers a private bedroom and a separate living room with a sofa bed. All suites feature a refrigerator, microwave, wet bar, coffee maker, and free WiFi. The 1,200 s.f luxury suites feature a whirlpool tub, stunning views, conference table for eight, oversized wet bar, and three HDTVs.

The Embassy Suites Milwaukee Brookfield offers guests free made-to-order breakfast featuring omelets with choice of ingredients plus a selection of fruit, oatmeal, and fresh American breakfast items. The atrium lounge is open for nightly evening reception where guests can enjoy variety of complimentary drinks and light appetizers.

Other on-site amenities include Hanna's restaurant, Bertrand's bar, a heated indoor pool, fitness center, business center, 24-hour convenience store for snacks, beverages and various travel essentials.


Embassy Suites by Hilton Milwaukee Brookfield
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About Greenwood Hospitality

Media Contact:

Thomas Conran
Principal
Greenwood Hospitality
T: 860-648-9040
E: tconran@greenwoodhospitality.com
W: http://www.hgreenwoodhospitality.com

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