Rockbridge Completes Expansive Renovation of Embassy Suites in Metropolitan Detroit

The Hotel is Ideally Located Six Miles North of Detroit, in the Heart of the Region's Most Affluent County

USA, Columbus, Ohio. December 08, 2020

Rockbridge has finalized a full-scale renovation of the 251-suite Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Troy/Auburn Hills in Troy, Michigan. The hotel is owned by Rockbridge and managed by HVMG.

As part of the expansive renovation, all guestrooms, public spaces, restaurant, and meeting rooms were completely updated.

"This renovation has revitalized the Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Troy/Auburn Hills and will reinforce its position as a market leader," said Chris Diffley, Managing Director, Investments at Rockbridge. "It has served as a preferred hotel for many of the corporate and leisure travelers that spend time in what is the core of the metropolitan Detroit region."

The property is centrally located within Troy's business and financial hub, convenient to major companies, including Flagstar, APTIV, Magna, Plex and Kelly Services and minutes from Somerset Collection, one of the Midwest's premier luxury shopping destinations.

The hotel features approximately 7,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including eight, flexible meeting rooms, as well as a business center, pool, 24/7-market and a fitness center.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Detroit Troy / Auburn Hills provides guests with a full complement of services and amenities, including complimentary shuttle within a five-mile radius. All suites feature two-rooms with a separate living area and private bedroom, two 55" flat-screen high-definition televisions and wet bar fitted with a microwave, mini-fridge and a selection of gourmet coffee and teas from The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.


About Rockbridge

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Bill Black
Director of Marketing
Rockbridge
T: +1 614-246-2444
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