Chartwell developing full-service Hilton Alpharetta in Georgia

Chartwell Hospitality is developing and will manage the 249-room Hilton Alpharetta (Ga.), which is under construction. Photo credit: Chartwell Hospitality

The 249-room Hilton Alpharetta in Georgia is under construction. The full-service hotel, developed and managed by Chartwell Hospitality, is located along the Georgia Highway 400 corridor within the Windward Park mixed-use development and is expected to be completed by early 2021.

The eight-story hotel will offer 6,000 square feet of meeting and event space, suites and standard guestrooms and an amenity deck. The project also includes Härth, the hotel’s signature on-site restaurant serving locally sourced American fare. For a more casual experience, guests can visit the outdoor pool-side cocktail bar.

“Alpharetta is growing faster than any other city in the greater Atlanta region,” said Chartwell’s president Rob Schaedle. “With Windward Park’s increasing number of corporate headquarters complementing this growth, the new Hilton Alpharetta will provide this thriving business center with full-service amenities and much-needed corporate event space.”

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