Paramount Hotel Group Adds Hampton Inn in Kennebunk, Maine to Management Portfolio

USA, Fairfield, New Jersey. May 28, 2020

Paramount Hotel Group, a full-service third party hotel management company, announced today that it has added the Hampton Inn in Kennebunk, Maine to its portfolio of properties managed. This hotel represents the seventh hotel added to the Paramount portfolio within the last 12 months. Paramount Hotel Group President Ethan Kramer made the announcement.

The Hampton Inn Kennebunk is only three years old, having opened mid-2017. Each of the hotel's stylish guestrooms feature vintage seacoast style and decor, a work desk, free WiFi and a clean and fresh Hampton bed®. You'll find a refrigerator and a microwave for preparing meals in your room. Other amenities include Meeting Room - Kennebunk Room - Can hold up to 30 people, 24-hour business center and indoor heated pool with exterior patio for seasonal months. It's a short drive from Portland International Jetport, ten minutes to historic Kennebunkport and located proximate to Gooch's Beach and Funtown Splashtown USA amusement park.

"We are pleased to add this great Hampton Inn hotel to our portfolio," said Kramer. "As our industry continues to emerge from the Covid-19 challenges we have all faced, Paramount remains committed to the safety and well-being of our guests and associates and we will strictly adhere to, or exceed, all of the sanitation and safety guidelines coming from the brand and government health agencies."


Hampton Inn - Kennebunk, Maine
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About Paramount Hotel Group

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David Hale
Vice President of Business Development
Paramount Hotel Group
T: 901-598-0488
E: dhale@paramounthotelgroup.com
W: http://www.paramounthotelgroup.com

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