Paramount Hotel Group Adds Doubletree by Hilton in Fairfield, New Jersey to Portfolio

Paramount CEO David Simon Takes Over Management of the Hotel That He Developed in 1984 and Managed Until Early 2000's

USA, Fairfield, New Jersey. November 14, 2019

Paramount Hotel Group, a premier third party hotel management company, announced today that it has been awarded the management contract for the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites in Fairfield, New Jersey. Paramount Hotel Group CEO David Simon made the announcement.

Each of the hotel's 204 rooms includes complimentary Wi-Fi, a large work desk and ergonomic chair, mini-refrigerator and HDTV with premium channels. Suites feature additional space, a separate bedroom, living room and sofa bed. The hotel also houses Nectar, a full-service bar and trendy restaurant serving Fine American Cuisine using natural and locally grown ingredients, a 24-hour fitness center, indoor pool and business center.

Conference room capacity at the Doubletree by Hilton Fairfield is plentiful with over 16,000 sq. ft. of recently renovated meeting and event space. The hotel's largest conference room can accommodate up to 400 attendees, and its flexible ballrooms can accommodate any size business or social event, including weddings.

The Doubletree by Hilton Fairfield is conveniently located near major area highways and in close proximity to Meadowlands Expo Center, Newark International Airport, New York City and the recently opened American Dream Expo in nearby Secaucus, NJ. For guest convenience, the hotel also offers complimentary shuttle service within a five mile radius of the hotel.

"The Doubletree by Hilton Fairfield, NJ is a hotel with a long and storied history for me, one that began when I built the hotel in 1984 and continued for the next 14 years - through 1998 - when I managed the property," said Simon. "Originally developed as a Sheraton, the hotel has seen several brand changes including Radisson, Prime and Crowne Plaza. Today, carrying the Doubletree by Hilton flag, the hotel has been totally upgraded and is poised to achieve new levels of success and I am glad to be able to come back home, as it were, to help make that happen."


About Paramount Hotel Group

Media Contact:

David Simon
CEO
Paramount Hotel Group
T: 973-396-6703
E: dsimon@paramounthotelgroup.com
W: http://www.paramounthotelgroup.com

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