Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Convention Center South opens for business

Homewood Suites by Hilton, part of Hilton’s All Suites portfolio, opened its newest property in Orlando. The Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Convention Center South consists of 133 suites.

“Selling over 33 million roomnights in 2015, Orlando is a desirable destination for both business and leisure travelers,” Nathan Lipps, GM of the Hilton Orlando Convention Center South, said in a statement. “Our convenient hotel will meet the growing demand for accommodations and offer visitors a trusted, value-driven option for short or extended stays.”

Developed and owned by Kalson’s Hospitality, Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Convention Center South is designed to complement Orlando’s tourism for corporate meetings and conferences. The new hotel offers a combination of studio, one and two bedroom accommodations, as well as fully-equipped kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas. Guests are also provided access to complimentary daily full-hot breakfast, evening socials Monday-Thursday, Wi-Fi and a grocery shopping service. The property also has a fitness center, sports court and outdoor heated pool.

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Located at 6940 Westwood Blvd., Homewood Suites by Hilton Orlando Convention Center South is centrally located near a variety of dining and shopping options and offers guests convenient access to Orlando’s major theme parks and convention center, as well as Orlando International Airport.

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