Homewood Suites opens in Issaqua, Wash.

The Hotel Group (THG) opened the Homewood Suites by Hilton, located in Issaquah, Wash.

The 122-suite hotel is owned by Rowley Properties and is located in the Hyla Crossing neighborhood of Issaquah, Wash. Being locally owned, the party was planned in-house and had many local restaurateurs including Hilton Garden Inn-Seattle/Issaquah Café, Stan’s BBQ, Agave Cocina, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Lady Yum, India Gate, iSushi, as well as beverages served by Big Block Brewery, Mac & Jack’s and Picola Winery.

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The new property has studio, one- or two-bedroom suites with separate living and sleeping areas, fully equipped kitchens, complimentary Internet access, a sofa bed and complimentary full hot breakfast. It shares a joint courtyard with the Hilton Garden Inn.

“The Homewood Suites gives Issaquah a highly desirable extended-stay product,” said Doug Dreher, President and CEO of The Hotel Group. “Working with Rowley Properties, a local developer, ensures the ability for us to deliver a consistent, quality experience for both business and leisure travelers alike.”

The Hotel Group is in its 31st year of operations and is proud to deliver the best in quality, value and service while respecting client partners and encouraging associate growth. In the past thirty-one years, The Hotel Group has grown into the clear leader of both hotel ownership and management. At the core of the firm is a powerful ability to revitalize hotels into strong market players and attracting the industry’s finest people.

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