Hampton Inn & Suites Snellville Atlanta opens

The Hampton Inn & Suites Snellville Atlanta NE is located near 2 million square feet of retail space and two medical centers. Photo credit: Hilton

Hotel Equities opened the new Hampton Inn & Suites Snellville Atlanta NE. Hotel Equities manages the 100-room hotel owned by Park Place Hotel. Saun Matthews serves as the hotel’s GM and Erin Ritchie leads the sales team as director of sales.

“We are thrilled to add this new Hampton Inn & Suites hotel to our portfolio,” Chuck Powell­, SVP of operations for Hotel Equities, said in a statement. “The ownership group went above and beyond during the project’s development to ensure the final product exceeds guest’s expectations. Using only top-of-the-line materials designed for quality, safety and durability, the result is a hotel the city of Snellville can be proud of.”

The Hampton Inn  offers 1,600 square feet of meeting space with audiovisual options. The property also offers a fitness center, an outdoor swimming pool, a fire pit, a 24-hour business center and a guest laundry. 

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“I am proud to be a part of this new hotel’s opening team,” Saun Matthews, the hotel’s GM, said in a statement. “I look forward to building relationships with our local partners and to offering guests a one-of-a-kind experience while visiting our growing city.”

Matthews is a resident of Snellville and a graduate of Hotel Equities’ management development program. She joined Hotel Equities as the sales coordinator for a new-build Hilton hotel in Atlanta and was promoted to front-office manager.

“Saun’s hard work and dedication in her previous role made her stand out among the competition,” Ronnie DeThomas, co-owner of the hotel, said in a statement. “We are proud to have her lead the team.”

The hotel is located near 2 million square feet of retail space and two medical centers.

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