National Hospitality Services Announces the Opening of the Staybridge Suites by IHG in Scottsdale Arizona

USA, Fargo, North Dakota. November 19, 2020

Today, Fargo based owner, operator, and developer, National Hospitality Services (NHS, LLC) announces the opening of the Staybridge Suites Scottsdale-Talking Stick an IHG Hotel. The newly constructed 112-room hotel is located on 9141 Easting Hummingbird Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 and features IHG signature all suites blueprint with full kitchens to enjoy the comforts of our home. Owned by Peerless Hospitality LLC, "We are excited to open a beautiful new Staybridge Suites at Scottsdale Talking Stick. This extended stay hotel will serve a need for guests looking for spacious rooms with full kitchens and wonderful outdoor amenities in one of the hottest entertainment districts in the Phoenix area," said Dave Ekman, managing member of Peerless Hospitality LLC.

National Hospitality Services (NHS, LLC) continues its rapidly expanding portfolio throughout the country with its multi-brand affiliations in development opportunities with IHG Hotels. The portfolio consists of full service, extended stay, select service and limited service brands. NHS is one of the largest privately held third-party hotel management companies where everyone is connected and directed to serve. NHS recognizes that a passionate and dedicated team, aligned with the interests of all stakeholders, delivers the very best results.

"We are delighted to add another beautiful extended stay hotel into the IHG family. We have experienced time and time again the positive effect IHG's premiere relationships with local and national companies along with IHG Rewards has on our hotels and guests and are excited to partner with them once again." said Norman Leslie, President for NHS, LLC. The opening of this hotel was led by our Chief Operating Officer, Gerald Morris. Gerald worked alongside with IHG Hotel's premiere pre-opening team to ensure the success of the opening with NHS's management team.

The hotel is a pet-friendly and non-smoking hotel with signature amenities of flat-screen HDTV's, complimentary Wi-Fi, and ironing facilities. The in-suite kitchens make it easy for guests to easily create something homemade and delicious; they feature a microwave, cooktop, full-size refrigerator, dishwasher, coffee maker, and all the kitchen supplies needed. There is also an outdoor patio with a full open seating fireplace and two grilling Pavilion. Plus, a fitness center, heated outdoor pool, and a jetted outdoor hot tub. Also, offering a 24-hour Convenience Store, also known as the Pantry, ample free parking, complimentary onsite self-serve laundry, and 24-hour business center. A unique feature of this hotel, we also offer a complimentary evening social serving beer, wine, soft drinks, and a light snack to enhance any business trip, relocation or vacation stay.

John Woody will lead the team as the general manager under the supervision of Alexandra Han, Senior Vice President of NHS in conjunction with the corporate management team. Staybridge Suites Scottsdale-Talking Stick an IHG Hotel, is conveniently located just steps from Salt River Fields Spring Training, the Pavilions Shopping and Restaurants. This hotel is ideal for business and transient traveler; just minutes from the Honor Health Medical Center, Roadhouse Movie Theatre, Talking Stick Casino and Golf Course TopGolf, and the famous Arizona Boardwalk that includes entertainment options such as OdySea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland, Laser + Mirror Maze and more.


Staybridge Suites Talking Stick Exterior
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About National Hospitality Services

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Sarah Koustrup
Chief Strategy Officer
National Hospitality Services
T: +1 701-281-7107
E: skoustrup@nhshotels.com
W: http://www.nhshotels.com

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