Marshall Hotels & Resorts Adds Three New York Metro-Area Wyndham Hotels to Portfolio

USA, New York City, New York. January 01, 2020

Marshall Hotels & Resorts, a leading hotel management and services company that operates properties nationwide, announced the openings of three New York Metro-Area hotels: the 68-Room Wingate by Wyndham New York Midtown South/5th Ave.; 79-Room La Quinta by Wyndham Manhattan Midtown; and 140-Room Wingate by Wyndham Long Island City. Marshall will operate the hotels on behalf of three different ownership entities.

"The addition of this trio of hotels brings our current NY Metro-Area portfolio to 11 hotels, though we have opened a total of 20 hotels in the area over the years," said Mike Marshall, president and CEO, Marshall Hotels & Resorts. "Due to our growth in the area, our sales, operations and revenue management team members over these hotels all are based locally as we look forward to expanding further in New York City, as well as continuing to grow our presence nationally."

Wingate by Wyndham New York Midtown South/5th Ave.

Nestled in the heart of Manhattan at 11 West 37th Street, the 18-story hotel is within walking distance of Madison Square Garden, Times Square and Central Park, including multiple dining and shopping options. Guest room amenities include flat-screen HDTV with cable, mini refrigerator, coffee maker, desk, and ironing amenities. The hotel also offers complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi and same-day dry cleaning service.

La Quinta by Wyndham Manhattan Midtown

The 22-story hotel is located at 333 West 38th Street, surrounded by such world-renowned attractions as Times Square, the Empire State Building and the Theater District, as well as the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and all three major airports (LaGuardia, JFK International and Newark Liberty International). Hotel amenities include a fitness center, business center, free Wi-Fi and a complimentary, daily breakfast. Rooms provide a flat-screen HDTV, oversized workspace, safe, ironing amenities, hair dryer and bottled water.

Wingate by Wyndham Long Island City

Located at 38-70 12th Street in Long Island City, the 16-floor Wingate by Wyndham Long Island City is located five miles from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and 14 miles from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). With Skyline views of Manhattan, the hotel is convenient to Icahn Stadium and Arthur Ashe Stadium, as well as the F, N and W subway lines. The hotel provides complimentary Wi-Fi, business center and 24/7 fitness room. Guest rooms are equipped with a mini-refrigerator, flat-screen HDTV, coffee maker, safe and ironing amenities.

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