HHM completes renovations of four properties

HHM, formerly known as Hersha Hospitality Management, announced the completion of the renovations of four hotels across the Northeast region – in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

The 112-room Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cambridge and the 155-room Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites King of Prussia received complete renovations, supposedly to align the properties with the new brand standards.

At the Cambridge hotel, a revitalized lobby and breakfast had been added with a marketplace. Guestrooms were revamped with modern furniture, carpets and accents of coral in the design. Kitchenettes now have new microwaves and mini-refrigerators.

At the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites King of Prussia, the lobby, business center, breakfast area and all guestrooms were upgraded. In the guestrooms, bursts of blue in the updated carpet match the new bedding, and granite countertops in the kitchens complement new refrigerators and microwaves. The cobalt accents extend through the hallway carpeting and into the lobby, where sofas and lounge chairs were added.

The 130-room Courtyard Ewing/Princeton, New Jersey also received an overhaul to all guestrooms. Added were new couches, chairs, lighting and drapes highlighted with orange and red tones.

Hampton Inn Seaport, located in the Financial District of Manhattan, completed renovations to all 65 guestrooms. Upon entering the rooms, investments in new wallpaper, carpets and drapes blend with the blue glass tops on refinished furniture.

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cambridge

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites King of Prussia

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