Chesapeake Hospitality Adds Crowne Plaza Milwaukee Airport to Management Portfolio

USA, Greenbelt, Maryland. January 30, 2020

Chesapeake Hospitality, a dynamic third-party hotel management company, today announced its new role as property manager for the Crowne Plaza Milwaukee Airport. President and CEO of Chesapeake Hospitality Chris Green made the announcement.

"We've had an incredible year identifying great opportunities to bring our results focused management expertise to the right properties across the U.S., and we're pleased to call Crowne Plaza Milwaukee Airport one of those properties," Green said. "As our reputation for outstanding results grew in 2019, we remain committed to delivering exceptional, memorable experiences for guests and a platform focused on exceeding expectations for our owners."

The Crowne Plaza Milwaukee Airport, located at 6401 S. 13th Street near the Milwaukee Airport, has been freshly renovated, featuring 193 guest rooms along with over 23,000 square feet of meeting space, including a 12,000-square-foot ballroom and 8 meeting rooms. Additional amenities include an on-site restaurant, 24-hour fitness center, indoor pool and free airport shuttles. The hotel also features unique studio spaces called Plaza Workspaces, available for guests to book on an hourly basis for traditional and informal meetings, as well as social gatherings.

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