Genuine Hospitality, LLC to Operate the Tru by Hilton – Naperville, IL

USA, St. Louis, Illinois. August 25, 2020

St. Louis, MO based hotel operator, Genuine Hospitality selected to operate the 121-room Tru by Hilton - Naperville, IL.

Located at 1850 Diehl Road, Naperville IL 60563, the hotel is ideally located at the southwest corner of I-88 and Route 59, 6-miles northeast of downtown Naperville, IL and 33-miles west of downtown Chicago. The Tru by Hilton - Naperville, IL will open Spring, 2021 boasting the Build Your Own ‘Top It' breakfast, more modern, and efficiently designed guestrooms with oversized windows for natural light; a multifunctional fitness center; and fast Wi-Fi. Premium snacks, light meal options and single-serve wine and beer are available for purchase at a 24/7 retail market. The Tru by Hilton - Naperville, IL will be the second Hilton asset and the 10th hotel in the growing Genuine Hospitality portfolio.

Kurt Furlong, Chief Revenue Officer & Partner, states "The Tru by Hilton - Naperville, IL, will be our first hotel in the Naperville market and 6th hotel in the Chicago suburbs. The Tru by Hilton will provide a terrific product to Naperville's transient, corporate and group travelers." Furlong added "The Tru by Hilton - Naperville, IL will be a fantastic addition to the vibrant Naperville, IL market."

Rob Willard, President and Partner, states "This will be Genuine Hospitalities first Tru by Hilton that we have operated, and we are extremely excited to be chosen by ownership to manage this wonderful project. Our mission is "to provide the finest facilities and service in the market, while providing safe and secure hotels for our guests and employees". We will be the desired hotel of choice for the savvy Naperville traveler."

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