AmericInn opens property in Burnsville, Minn.

AmericInn is expanding in 2014, this time in Burnsville, Minn., with the addition of a new location at 14331 Nicollet Court, Burnsville, Minn. The new AmericInn Burnsville was previously a Days Inn.

The 75-room hotel will include signature AmericInn hospitality concepts and services that are being incorporated into all AmericInn hotels nationwide. It will be undergoing renovations including the installation of a new pool.

“We are very pleased to announce still another addition to the growing AmericInn system which now includes well over 200 locations in 24 states,” said Paul Kirwin, president and CEO of AmericInn. “We look forward to serving our customers at this prime Twin Cities location with the distinctive AmericInn hospitality experience that is comfortable, friendly and relaxing,” he added. 

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The new AmericInn Burnsville will offer a new swimming pool and spa and is located off of Interstate 35 near the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport.

The hotel will also begin offering the free AmericInn Perk breakfast with a variety of hot, home-style breakfast selections along with a 24-hour coffee bar. Additional AmericInn offerings include free hotel-wide, high-speed wireless internet and the Easy Rewards guest loyalty program.

In addition to growing through acquisitions and brand conversions, AmericInn is in the midst of a $75-million, system-wide renovation initiative that is creating an updated look and feel in all of its locations. This three-year initiative is called “AmericInn Refresh.”

Earlier this year, AmericInn opened new properties in Schaumburg, Ill., just outside of Chicago as well as Petoskey, Mich.

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