Paramount Hotel Group Announces Grand Opening of New Tru by Hilton in Middletown, New York

USA, Fairfield, New Jersey. July 16, 2019

Paramount Hotel Group, a full-service third-party hotel management company, announced today the grand opening of the new Tru by Hilton in Middletown, New York. Dunning Hospitality owns the property. The announcement was made by Ethan Kramer, President of Paramount Hotel Group.

The 103-room hotel, which officially opened on July 9, is the newest hotel in the Tru by Hilton portfolio. It enjoys a great location near major shopping outlets, Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, Bethel Woods Center for the Performing Arts and Orange County Fairgrounds and Speedway, and it features everything that makes a Tru hotel special.

These amenities and experiences include efficiently designed rooms with a mobile desk, large bathrooms with premium bath amenities and top-rate in-room entertainment. A 2,880-square-foot lobby with areas for guests to work, play games, eat, and lounge, along with a 24/7 "Eat. & Sip" market with gourmet snacks and drinks and a complimentary build-your-own "Top It" breakfast bar with healthy, sweet and savory item are also featured.

The hotel experience is enhanced by technology including mobile check-in, Digital Key, super-fast free WiFi, remote printing, a social media wall, lobby tablets, and accessibility to outlets everywhere. Additionally, Tru by Hilton properties offer fitness centers that leverage the latest fitness trends including barre, TRX bands, free weights, cardio, and flexibility gear.

"We know that the Tru by Hilton brand has quickly become a favorite for guests that are looking for this innovative type of lodging," said Kramer. "We look forward to capitalizing on that market demand and positioning this hotel as a market leader, right out of the gate."



Tru by Hilton - Middletown, NY
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About Paramount Hotel Group

Media Contact:

Ethan Kramer
President
Paramount Hotel Group
T: 973-882-0505
E: ekramer@paramounthotelgroup.com
W: http://www.hhhparamounthotelgroup.com

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