Hotel Equities opens Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas Waxahachie

Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas Waxahachie lobby

Atlanta-based Hotel Equities opened the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Dallas Waxahachie. The hotel located at 2020 Civic Center Lane in Waxahachie, Texas is owned by Waxmar of Austin, Texas and managed by Hotel Equities. 

Located minutes from historic downtown Waxahachie, the hotel offers guests access to the Scarborough Fair, Southwestern Assemblies of God University and the Texas Motorplex. Erin McCoy serves as the GM with Chayimel Herrera as the assistant GM.

“We are excited to open an eye-catching, brand new Marriott product in this thriving community,” Joe Reardon, Hotel Equities’ SVP of business development & marketing, said in a release. “The Fairfield Inn & Suites Dallas  Waxahachie is a stand-out example of the brand’s new contemporary look and feel and we are pleased to introduce it to the Waxahachie area.”   

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Inspired by nature, the hotel’s guestrooms and suites place the living and working areas near the window to allow for more natural light and views. The sleeping area is located toward the middle of the room, giving guests easier access to the bathroom and wardrobe. Each room offers a microwave and mini-refrigerator, as well as smart-televisions complete with Pandora, YouTube, Netflix, Crackle and Hulu.

Additional hotel amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, a meeting room, an exercise room, valet laundry service and complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as fax and copy services.

Hotel Equities is an Atlanta-based full-scale hotel ownership, management and development firm operating nearly 100 hotels throughout North America. 

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