Maya Hotels opens the Hilton Garden Inn Gastonia, N.C.

The Hilton Garden Inn in Gastonia, N.C., offers a full-service onsite restaurant and roomservice. Photo credit: Hilton

Maya Hotels, a privately held hotel development, investment and management company based in Charlotte, N.C., opened the five-story Hilton Garden Inn in Gastonia, N.C. The upscale, 119-room hotel offers more than 7,500 square feet of meeting space with full catering. The hotel is operated by Maya Hotels.

“We are thrilled to spur growth in the Gastonia hotel market with the opening of Hilton Garden Inn Gastonia,” J.D. Deva, CEO of Maya Hotels, said in a statement. “This hotel will offer guests unequaled accommodations and amenities backed by the premium Hilton Garden Inn brand in a convenient location."

The property offers a full-service onsite restaurant, which also will offer roomservice. Additionally, guests have access to The Shop, a 24-hour grab-and-go retail space.


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“This new property offers guests convenient and inviting accommodations, whether traveling for business or leisure,” Dominc Acolino, GM of the hotel, said in a statement. “Our team members strive to make each guest’s stay better and brighter through heartfelt interactions and thoughtful service.”

The Hilton Garden Inn offers amenities and services such as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property, a 24-hour business center, a fitness center, an indoor pool and an outdoor gathering area with a fire pit.

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