Newest Homewood Suites opens in Iowa

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Hilton Worldwide opened the Homewood Suites by Hilton Davenport. 

The property, located in Davenport, Iowa, has 102 new suites. The hotel is contributing to the Homewood Suites brand's 400th opening overall.
 
“We are extremely excited about coming into this growing market—the quad cities," said Sonya Saunders, director of sales for the hotel. "Our hotel is ideal for not only corporate travelers, but for leisure guests such as sports teams, reunions, and weddings with our spacious suites and accessible meeting room.”

The Davenport/Quad-Cities metro area is the largest merchandise exporter in Iowa, with nearly $8 billion per year coming from the region. Developed and owned by Davenport Lodging Group, Homewood Suites Davenport is found in the city’s growing downtown district.
 
The new hotel offers a combination of studio, one and two bedroom accommodations, including fully-equipped kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas. Guests also have access to a complimentary daily full-hot breakfast, an evening social Monday-Thursday, Wi-Fi throughout the building, a sports court to play basketball and a grocery shopping service. 

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