Microtel Inn & Suites, North Canton renovated, re-opens in Ohio

Alliance Hospitality, based in Lewis Center, Ohio, announced that the Microtel Inn & Suites, North Canton in Ohio completed a $2.5-million renovation following a fire last May that closed the property for almost a year.

Renovations and transformations to the three-story property included the development of a new larger open lobby with an enlarged breakfast area offering additional guest seating and space for increasing the complimentary breakfast selections; a 24-hour coffee-bar with complimentary coffee for all guests; and the installation in all guest corridors of new carpet, new wall vinyl and an updated lighting package.

Guestrooms now offer all new décor, new carpet, lighting, furniture and a DreamWell bedding package. Each guestroom has a 37 inch flat screen TV, and all suites havea 42 inch flat screen TV. Additionally all guestrooms and suites havea microwave oven and mini-refrigerator.

 

The hotel also enlarged its fitness center, after moving it to the first floor, adjacent to the lobby. It has state-of-the-art cardio equipment. Also included is a new Business Center, renovated indoor swimming pool and expanded guest laundry.

According to Ohm Patel, managing director for Alliance Hospitality, the renovation included the installation of all new electrical, plumbing, windows and fixtures. “It’s a brand new property and we have far exceeded all Microtel brand standards in every aspect with this renovation,” Patel said.

The Microtel Inn & Suites, North Canton is located at 7046 Sunset Strip Ave NW, Canton, Ohio 44720 and is four miles from the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame. The hotel offers such business conveniences as guest business center, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the entire building, complimentary deluxe breakfast and includes a fitness center, indoor pool and contemporary designs and furnishings.

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