First Hospitality Adds Homewood Suites by Hilton Orland Park to Management Portfolio

USA, Chicago, Illinois. October 22, 2019

First Hospitality, a premier hospitality management and development company based in Chicago, assumes management of Homewood Suites by Hilton Orland Park (16245 S. LaGrange Rd., Orland Park, IL). The property features 81 suites with extended stay rate options, an indoor pool, fitness and business centers, meeting rooms, pet-friendly rooms, and complimentary parking, wifi, breakfast, and evening social hours.

"This is our first hotel in the lively Orland Park neighborhood," says David Duncan, president of First Hospitality. "We look forward to managing this property that is sure to offer the utmost comfort and convenience for travelers."

Homewood Suites by Hilton Orland Park is connected to the Elements Conference and Banquet Center. The neighborhood also has a number of golf courses, including Cog Hill Country Club, as well as the Orland Square Shopping Mall, which is located just two miles away from the hotel. Ownership is planning a full renovation of the property for 2020.

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