Marshall Hotels & Resorts opens 3 Wyndham brands in NYC

Marshall Hotels & Resorts opened three hotels in New York City, including the 79-room La Quinta by Wyndham Manhattan Midtown. Photo credit: Marshall Hotels & Resorts

Marshall Hotels & Resorts opened three Wyndham brand hotels in New York City: the 68-room Wingate by Wyndham New York Midtown South/5th Ave, the 79-room La Quinta by Wyndham Manhattan Midtown and the 140-room Wingate by Wyndham Long Island City. Marshall will operate the hotels on behalf of three different LLC partnerships whose names were not disclosed

“The addition of this trio of hotels brings our current NY Metro-Area portfolio to 11 hotels, though we have opened a total of 20 hotels in the area over the years,” said President/CEO Mike Marshall. “Due to our growth in the area, our sales, operations and revenue-management team members over these hotels all are based locally as we look forward to expanding further in New York City, as well as continuing to grow our presence nationally.”

The 18-story Wingate in Manhattan is located within walking distance of Madison Square Garden, Times Square and numerous dining and shopping options. It offers complimentary breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

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Just over a 10-minute walk away, the 22-story La Quinta also offers easy access to Madison Square Garden and Times Square. Hotel amenities include a fitness center, business center, free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfast.

In Queens, the 16-floor Wingate by Wyndham Long Island City offers skyline views of Manhattan and access to Icahn Stadium and Arthur Ashe Stadium. The hotel offers a 24-hour fitness room, business center and complimentary Wi-FI

Marshall Hotels & Resorts currently operates 60 hotels with approximately 8,500 rooms.

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