Vesta Hospitality to Manage New Hilton Garden Inn Wilsonville Portland

USA, Vancouver, Washington. November 11, 2020

Vesta Hospitality announced it has been selected to manage the new Hilton Garden Inn Wilsonville Portland in Wilsonville, Oregon. The hotel will open later this month. Vesta Hospitality President Mark Hemmer made the announcement.

The hotel has 118 rooms and features first-rate amenities including an indoor pool, fitness center, two meeting rooms, and Parkway Grille serving northwest regional American style cuisine and local wines, local brews and specialty cocktails. It is located off I-5, just north of the Willamette River and down the street from Memorial Park and is also only 20 minutes from downtown Portland.

"Vesta Hospitality is pleased to have been selected to manage this brand new Hilton Garden Inn hotel and we are looking forward to the opening," said Hemmer. "With six hotels in the greater Portland area, Vesta is very familiar with the dynamics of this market and we are committed to insuring that the Hilton Garden Inn Wilsonville Portland is synonymous with safety, cleanliness, quality and comfort."

"To that point, among the priorities that are essential to us as we open the doors is a sharp focus on cleaning, sanitation and a variety of other practices to help ensure a safe environment for guests, staff and visitors. From the very beginning of the pandemic challenge, Vesta developed our own comprehensive Cleaning & Safety Program that we put immediately into operation at all of our properties and our program has been subsequently augmented by formal guidance and protocols from the American Hotel & Lodging Association and our brand partners."

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