Northwest Hospitality Opens New Embassy Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City

USA, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. January 15, 2020

Embassy Suites by Hilton, a global brand of upscale, all-suite hotels from Hilton (NYSE: HLT), announced today the opening of a new hotel located in Oklahoma City. Owned and operated by Northwest Hospitality, the Embassy Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City Northwest is perfectly situated to allow guests easy access to businesses, shopping and entertainment. Embassy Suites by Hilton prides itself on offering guests an approachable and stress-free experience at each of its spacious, all-suites hotel properties.

The sophisticated and contemporary hotel is conveniently located in the NW Expressway Business District of the city. In addition to the corporate hubs throughout the area, guests have easy access to the Lake Hefner Recreation Area and Penn Square Shopping Mall and those visiting loved ones at the Integris Baptist Hospital Complex now have a comfortable stay just across the street. The hotel offers 216 of Embassy Suites by Hilton's traditional upscale studio and two-room suites. It features a luxurious, warm lobby and bar area with unique water features, as well as The Local Kitchen and Tap, a sit-down restaurant serving modern fare from appetizers to rib-eyes.

The Embassy Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City Northwest welcomes guests to enjoy its spacious suites where travelers can spread out and enjoy a free, cooked-to-order breakfast each morning, free Wi-Fi and complimentary drinks and snacks each night. Embassy Suites by Hilton provides customer service that always anticipates travelers' needs and delivers what matters most.

"Oklahoma City's growing economy provides the perfect opportunity to expand our already-strong brand footprint in the market," said Alan Roberts, global head, Embassy Suites by Hilton. "Business and leisure travelers will find all the core attributes they know and love at this new location, from our spacious suites to the free made-to-order breakfast, and everything in between."

Additional hotel amenities include more than 20,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry Market, business center, fitness center and a heated indoor pool. Each suite is equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, a living area, coffeemaker, microwave, mini refrigerator and 55-inch HDTVs with movies for guests to stay entertained.

"The NW Expressway Business District is flourishing economically, and it has more to offer than ever before," said Patrick Whyatt, general manager. "Whether guests are coming for business or to explore leisure attractions like the Lake Hefner Recreation Area, our hotel provides versatile offerings to accommodate every traveler."

Embassy Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City Northwest is part of Hilton Honors®, the award-winning guest-loyalty program for Hilton's 17 distinct hotel brands. Hilton Honors members who book directly through preferred Hilton channels have access to instant benefits, including a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose nearly any combination of Points and money to book a stay, an exclusive member discount that can't be found anywhere else and free standard Wi-Fi. Members also enjoy popular digital tools available exclusively through the industry-leading Hilton Honors mobile app, where Hilton Honors members can check-in, choose their room and access their room using a Digital Key.

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