Midas Hospitality Opens 119-Room Residence Inn Charlotte Steel Creek in North Carolina

USA, St. Louis, Missouri. February 20, 2019

Midas Hospitality - a leading hotel development, management and investment firm - recently opened its third Marriott property in Charlotte, NC. Located at 5110 Trojan Dr., the 119-room Residence Inn by Marriott is a four-story, 82,000-square-foot hotel.

The Residence Inn Charlotte Steele Creek has studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, patio with barbecue grill, fitness center, meeting room, and business library. Located in the Steele Creek Business Park next to the Charlotte Premium Outlets, the hotel is conveniently located seven miles from Charlotte Douglas International Airport. 

The hotel will be managed by Midas Hospitality with Henry Schmidlin as General Manager and Sue Wing as Director of Sales. Schmidlin previously served as the Assistant General Manager at another Midas Hospitality-operated hotel, the Residence Inn and Fairfield Inn & Suites located at 2220 W. Tyvola Rd. 

The Residence Inn was built by Midas' sister company MC Hotel Construction, a general contractor specializing in new hotel construction and renovations. Steele Creek Hotel Holdings, LLC is the owner of the property.

“Charlotte is a fast-growing metropolitan area with a strong business climate and sense of community,” said David Robert, Midas Hospitality's CEO and Co-Founder. “It is the perfect environment for vacationing guests and corporate visitors, and we look forward to continuing to serve the region at our newest property.” Robert added that his company will open two more properties in the Charlotte area within the next year.

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