Donohoe Hospitality Services Opens the Dual Branded Newly Built Hampton Inn & Suites/ Home2 Suites by Hilton Las Vegas, Nevada

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. September 29, 2020

Thomas Penny, III, President of Donohoe Hospitality Services, a division of Donohoe, today announced the recent opening of the newly built dual branded Hampton Inn & Suites/Home2 Suites by Hilton Las Vegas. The hotels are adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center, which is undergoing a $1 billion expansion, one mile from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and have easy access via the monorail to the Strip. The Hampton Inn & Suites offers 150 guestrooms, while the Home2 Suites has 100 well-appointed guest suites. The hotels share common amenities including a lobby, dining facilities, a cocktail lounge, 1,000 square feet of meeting and event space, a pool, exercise rooms, a business center, and onsite parking.

"The hotels are well-positioned to capitalize on Las Vegas' development renaissance that includes the expansion to the Convention Center, the Oakland Raiders recent move to Las Vegas, and Elon Musk's company building an underground transit loop to move convention attendees in and around the center," said Mr. Penny. "We see these hotels as an important long-term contribution to Las Vegas' future offering visitors an excellent option for accommodations near the Las Vegas Convention Center," added Penny.

The Hampton Inn & Suites/Home2 Suites Las Vegas is located at 755 Sierra Vista Drive, Las Vegas, NV, 89169. For more information and reservations visit: www.hilton.com or call 1-725-780-4100.


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