Chesapeake Hospitality Adds Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown to Management Portfolio

USA, Greenbelt, Maryland. April 07, 2020

Chesapeake Hospitality, an award winning third-party hotel management company with properties across the country, announced today its new role as property manager for Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown. The property is Chesapeake Hospitality's second Doubletree Hotel in the Pittsburgh area including Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Cranberry. Chris Green, President and CEO of Chesapeake Hospitality, made the announcement.

"We've had an incredible past year identifying great opportunities to bring our results focused management expertise to the right properties across the U.S., and we're excited to expand our presence in such a great and vibrant city with the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites in Pittsburgh Downtown," Green said. "We are appreciative to be offered the opportunity to manage this asset for the Elmhurst Group, a Pittsburgh-based company that invests in commercial real estate and the hospitality industry."

"After a successful relationship with Chesapeake operating our Cranberry DoubleTree hotel, Elmhurst was pleased to once again work with them at our downtown property," said Bill Hunt, President and CEO of Elmhurst Group. "Chesapeake is an experienced management company with a culture that supports its team members to oversee our hotels in a successful and professional manner."

The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Pittsburgh Downtown, located at One Bigelow Square, in downtown Pittsburgh, features 342 guest rooms on 19 floors with 12,000 square feet of meeting space and a 5,600-square-foot ballroom. Additional amenities include an on-site restaurant, Bigelow Grille and an indoor pool. Nearby attractions include the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Heinz Field, PNC Park and PPG Paints Arena, adjacent to the hotel and home of the Pittsburgh Penguins.

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