The SureStay Signature Collection Genetti Hotel opens in Williamsport, Pa.

The SureStay Signature Collection Genetti Hotel is opening its doors to guests in Williamsport, Pa. The property is one of the first of its kind to join the SureStay Hotel Group.

Built in 1922, the SureStay Signature Collection Genetti Hotel is an historic landmark in Williamsport and is also the city’s tallest building, at 10 stories. The property’s location is optimal for guests interested in exploring the nearby area as it is a three-hour drive from New York City, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.

Located at 200 West 4th Street in Williamsport, the hotel has 164 guestrooms and 40 suites, with more than 14,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The hotel is also home to Genetti Taphouse (formerly 4th Street Grille and Ale House), a full-service restaurant with 18 beers on tap and American fare. The property also has a 24-hour fitness facility, business center and a complementary full hot breakfast.

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“The SureStay Signature Collection Genetti Hotel is a welcomed addition to our growing portfolio of SureStay hotels,” Shane Platt, managing director of SureStay Hotel Group, said in a statement. “We are thrilled to bring this new hotel brand to Williamsport and believe this hotel will be an affordable, quality lodging option for travelers in this area.”

“We are committed to providing our guests with the amenities they look for in a hotel stay—free high-speed internet throughout the hotel, complimentary breakfast and quality customer care,” Marc Schefsky, GM of the SureStay Signature Collection Genetti Hotel, said in a statement. “Travelers visiting Williamsport and surrounding areas can be sure about their stay at our hotel.”

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