Prism Hotels & Resorts Adds New Embassy Suites by Hilton Tucson East to Portfolio of Managed Properties

USA, Dallas, Texas. May 13, 2020

Dallas-based Prism Hotels & Resorts, an award-winning, full service hotel management, investment, and advisory services company, announced that it will add the newly converted and remodeled Embassy Suites by Hilton in Tucson East to its portfolio of managed properties. Prism President & CEO Steve Van made the announcement.

"Adding Embassy Suites by Hilton Tucson East to our portfolio is part of an ongoing growth story for Prism built on great relationships with entrepreneurial owners and notable properties in strategic locations across the country," said Van. "We have made extensive renovations to this hotel to make it a true hospitality destination. With the strength of the Hilton brand and our best in the business team, we know the experience at this hotel will memorable."

The property offers 200 traditional upscale two-room suites, a luxurious, warm lobby and bar area with unique water features, as well as a modern restaurant, 4 Elements Restaurant & Bar. The hotel features ample indoor and outdoor meeting space, with a 3,240 sq. ft. ballroom and seven separate breakout rooms. Additional amenities include a 24-hour convenience store, business center and fitness center and a heated outdoor pool. Each suite is equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, a living area, coffeemaker, microwave, mini refrigerator and two HDTVs with movies for guests to stay entertained.

Located at 6555 E Speedway Blvd, Embassy Suites by Hilton Tucson East is within minutes of several attractions including the University of Arizona, the growing Tucson business community and popular tourist attractions like the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum, Sabino Canyon and Park Place Mall. Guests can browse vibrant visual displays at the Tucson Museum of Art or learn about the history of human flight at the Pima Air & Space Museum.

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