Synergy Hospitality to operate the Hampton Inn & Suites Valley Forge/Oaks

Synergy Hospitality added the Hampton Inn & Suites Valley Forge/Oaks to its growing hotel management portfolio. This marks the fourth Hampton Inn and sixth Hilton branded hotel under Synergy Hospitality’s management. The company was awarded the management contract after the hotel was recently acquired by Oaks Hotels.

The Hampton Inn & Suites Valley Forge/Oaks has 107 rooms and is located at the crossroads of Egypt Rd and Route 422 in Oaks, Pa., providing access to Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs. The property is located a short distance to national corporate offices and attractions such as King of Prussia Mall and Valley Forge National Park.

"We are excited to add this strategically located and strong performing asset to our portfolio and continue our partnership with Oaks Hotels,” Stephen Field, CEO of Synergy Hospitality, said in a statement. “We have had great success with Hampton Inn and other Hilton brands and we are confident that this will be a successful addition for our company."


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Oaks Hotel Affiliates also own the Homewood Suites Valley Forge in Audubon, Pa., and the Hilton Garden Inn Valley Forge, located next to the Hampton Inn & Suites Valley Forge/Oaks.

“We are excited to work again with Synergy Hospitality brings innovation and a great deal of experience to us as a hotel operator," Tony D’Orsogna of Oaks Hotels, said in a statement. “Excellent management is the key to a successful hotel and we are pleased to partner again with them on this project.”

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