Cimarron Hospitality & Genuine Hospitality Open New Hilton Garden Inn – Boulder / Longmont, Co

Saint Louis, Il, November 9, 2020 – Arlington, Tx Based Hotel Developer, Cimarron Hospitality and St. Louis Based Hotel Operator, Genuine Hospitality Open the New 105-Room Hilton Garden Inn – Boulder / Longmont, Co.

USA, St. Louis, Missouri. November 10, 2020

Located at 470 South Martin Street Longmont, CO, the hotel is ideally located at the Northeast corner of Ken Pratt Blvd & South Martin Street, 1.3-miles southeast of downtown Longmont, CO. The location is enhanced by the bordering St. Vrain River, known for its great whitewater Kayaking with spectacular views of the Colorado Rockies.

The new Hilton Garden Inn - Longmont, CO guestrooms contain comfortable beds with fresh, white, cozy duvets and crisp linens to help guests sleep deep. Rooms are outfitted with an ergonomic desk chair and oversized work desk, high-definition flat-screen television, easy-to-set alarm clock, and a "hospitality center" that features a mini refrigerator and coffee maker.

Dining options include The Garden Grille and Bar full-service restaurant offering freshly prepared full, cooked-to-order breakfast, lunch and dinner; and lobby bar, welcoming guests with refreshments in an inviting ambiance. The hotel also features the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry shop with a selection of delicious ready-made meals, beverages, and snacks.

Recreational facilities boast a heated indoor swimming pool and a complimentary fitness center featuring premium cardio and strength training equipment. Travelers to Hilton Garden Inn - Longmont also have access to comfortable and 2,000+ sq. ft. of efficient meeting space, and signature Hilton Garden Inn brand attributes such as complimentary Wi-Fi and a 24-hour business center.

Kurt Furlong, Chief Revenue Officer and Partner of Genuine Hospitality, states "The Hilton Garden Inn - Longmont, CO, will be the premier, full-service hotel in the Longmont area, providing a terrific product to the Longmont, CO, transient, corporate and group travelers."

Rohit Dand, President of Cimarron Hospitality, states "backed by one of the industry's top brands, Hilton, we are extremely excited to partner with the Longmont, CO community and businesses. The City of Longmont has been great to work with and we are proud to bring this tremendous product to the City of Longmont."



Hilton Garden Inn - Longmont, CO
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About Genuine Hospitality, LLC

Media Contact:

Kurt Furlong
Chief Revenue Officer and Principal
Genuine Hospitality, LLC
T: +1 330-204-0370
E: kfurlong@genuinehospitalitygroup.com
W: http://www.genuinehospitalitygroup.com

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