3 hotels open in the South

The Staybridge Suites Charlottesville (Va.) Airport features 103 rooms, a 24-hour fitness room, a business center, an indoor pool and 600 square feet of meeting space. Photo credit: LTD Hospitality Group

Three hotels—a Staybridge Suites, Tru by Hilton and SpringHill Suites by Marriott—opened in the South recently. The trio of openings adds 292 rooms to the region.

LTD Hospitality Group opened the 103-key Staybridge Suites Charlottesville (Va.) Airport. Located minutes from the Charlottesville Albemarle Airport, the newly constructed extended-stay hotel is roughly 20 minutes away from the University of Virginia. The hotel’s amenities include a 24-hour fitness room, a business center, an indoor pool and 600 square feet of meeting space. LTD Hospitality Group, which both owns and operates the hotel, currently manages 12 hotels with more than 1,700 rooms.

The 94-room Tru by Hilton Winchester also opened in Virginia recently. Owned by 1601 Martinsburg Pike and managed by Cedar Creek Investments, the new hotel features a 24-hour market and a fitness center. Nearby points of interest include the Rutherford Crossing Shopping Center, Clearbrook Park and Stonewall Industrial Park.


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The 95-key SpringHill Suites by Marriott Jackson (Tenn.) opened last week. The hotel, owned and operated by Cumberland Hospitality of Knoxville, Tenn., features a meeting room, a 24-hour market, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center. Located in western Tennessee, the property is situated near the Jackson Sports Complex, Union University and Jackson-Madison County General Hospital.

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