Vision Hospitality to build Tennessee Hampton Inn

Vision Hospitality Group announced plans to build an 88-room Hampton Inn located in the Chattanooga suburb of East Ridge, Tenn. The hotel will be part of the Jordan Crossing development, a new 50-acre Bass Pro Shops-centered retail development located off of exit 1 on Interstate 75, a heavily-travelled corridor located on the border of Tennessee and Georgia.

The Hampton Inn will be designed for both business and leisure travelers and will be accessible from both I-24, and I-75. The hotel will have an outdoor pool with a state-of- the-art fitness facility and business center. The property and its amenities are complimented by its location near Camp Jordan Park, which will cater to the families and travelers participating in the sports tournaments and special events.

This location will also provide access for guests looking for an alternative option to downtown Chattanooga accommodation.

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“We are pleased to be developing another hotel in our hometown of Chattanooga,” said Vision president & CEO Mitch Patel. “We truly feel that Hampton Inn is one of the best brands available today. We value the partnership we have with Hilton to develop premium hotels in growing markets.” 

The company’s partnership with Hilton continues to expand as Vision plans to open seven more Hilton-branded hotels by spring 2018.

Vision currently has a pipeline of 19 branded properties under construction or in development branching across four different states.

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