Dual-branded Marriott prepares to open in Fishkill, N.Y.

Marriott International is developing a combined 75-suite SpringHill Suites and 91-suite Residence Inn in Fishkill, N.Y., which will open Dec. 20, 2016. Located at 500 Westage Business Center Drive, the hotels are owned and are managed by True North Hotel Group of Overland Park, Kan. 

Along with the address, the properties will also share an indoor swimming pool, outdoor fire pit, putting green, a fitness center and 1,581 square feet of meeting space to accommodate functions of up to 60 people. Both properties offer complimentary breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

Located in downtown Fishkill, five minutes from the Beacon historic district and 17 miles from Stewart International Airport, the hotels offer access to the Culinary Institute of America, Hudson River Boat Tours, West Point Military Academy, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Home National Historic Site and Vassar College.

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"Attracting both business travelers as well as tourists, the Fishkill area is an ideal location for the dual opening," said Janis Milham, SVP, modern essentials and extended stay brands for Marriott International. "Each brand offers distinct amenities and services that tailor to all visitors."

“Our dual properties hold sentimental value for True North Hotel Group,” said Lisa Brady, GM of the hotels. “True North’s co-founder, Mike Dubroff, was one of the very first Residence Inn franchisees when he built that brand in Fishkill in 1985.  The hotel has since changed flags, but now, 31 years later, True North Hotel Group brings Residence Inn back to Fishkill, doubly strong, with sister brand SpringHill Suites.”

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