New Homewood Suites opens in Philadelphia

The Homewood Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Plymouth Meeting is open for business. Consisting of 99 suites, the hotel increases the brand’s footprint in the Philadelphia region and continues its expansion after reaching its 400th property milestone.
 
“Philadelphia continues to draw strong tourism, and even Fodor’s named the city one of the top places to visit this year,” said Amanda Schoell, GM of the new hotel. “The new hotel is located just outside the bustling city, offering visitors a comfortable, stylish and value-driven lodging option for exploring Philly and its surrounding areas.”

The hotel's opening follows Homewood Suites' 400th opening worldwide.

The property was developed and owned by SMG Plymouth Meeting. Philadelphia recently celebrated record tourism growth, having welcomed the most people ever in 2015 with 41 million visitors. in order to capitalize on the city’s status as a destination, the new hotel offers a combination of studio and one-bedroom accommodations, each with fully-equipped kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas. Guests are also provided complimentary daily full-hot breakfast, an evening social Monday-Thursday, Wi-Fi and a grocery shopping service. Homewood Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Plymouth Meeting also has a heated indoor pool, game room and fitness center. The property also offers a meeting room that can accommodate up to 40 people.
 
Located at 200 Lee Drive, Homewood Suites by Hilton Philadelphia Plymouth Meeting offers guests access to local dining, shopping and nearby attractions at Chestnut Hill, King of Prussia Mall, Morris Arboretum and Valley Forge National Historic Park. The hotel is situated a short drive from the center of Philadelphia.

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