MCR Development Completes Renovation and Expansion of the Hilton Garden Inn Columbus/Dublin in Ohio

. October 15, 2015

DUBLIN, OH. October 15, 2015 - MCR Development LLC ("MCR"), the seventh largest hotel owner-operator in the United States, today announced an extensive renovation and expansion was completed at the Hilton Garden Inn Columbus/Dublin, a 100-room Hilton select-service property located in the Metro Place corporate park in Dublin, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus.

The renovation featured a newly designed hotel lobby and dining area, as well as improvements to the guestrooms, meeting space, pool, and fitness center. In addition, the Pavilion lobby was expanded to include a 4,000 square foot full-service bar and new seating and dining areas.

The hotel's new design scheme features a Scarlet and Grey decor pattern in the guestrooms and public areas that celebrates the Ohio State Buckeyes, the 2015 NCAA Football National Champions, whose campus and home, Ohio Stadium, is a short drive from the hotel.

The new Pavilion and bar were designed to encourage guests to relax, linger, and enjoy each other's company and include new communal breakfast and bar tables as well as signature seating, which serve as social and meeting spaces throughout the day. The hotel's guestrooms boast all new furniture and fixtures, including platform queen or king beds with Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses and pull-out sleeper sofas. The guestrooms, meeting space and fitness center, which offers new Fitness by Precor cardiovascular equipment, were modernized to accommodate guests' unique and growing needs.

The Hilton Garden Inn Columbus/Dublin is centrally located in the heart of Dublin, at 500 Metro Place North. Dublin is home to a deep roster of corporate headquarters and nearby Interstate 270 provides easy access to downtown Columbus, Port Columbus International Airport, and The Ohio State University. Ohio Stadium has a capacity of almost 105,000 seats, and each home game is attended by an average of 106,000 people. The hotel is also located just a few miles from the Muirfield Village Golf Club, built by Jack Nicklaus and home to the PGA's Memorial Tournament which brings the world's best golfers to Dublin every year.

The Hilton Garden Inn Columbus/Dublin was a recipient of the 2015 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award for its outstanding traveler reviews.

About MCR Development LLC

MCR Development LLC is the seventh largest hotel owner-operator in the country and owns a portfolio of 87 premium-branded hotel properties with approximately 10,000 rooms in 23 states. MCR's hotels are operated under 10 brands and the firm is headquartered in New York City and Dallas.

Contact:
Hayley Cook or Matthew Chudoba
MCRDevelopment@icrinc.com
203-682-8200

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