TJM Atlantic City acquires Philadelphia Radisson

TJM Atlantic City added a third property to its portfolio with the purchase of the Radisson Philadelphia Northeast, a 274-room property in Trevose in Bucks County, Pa. Located 20 miles from Center City Philadelphia, the hotel caters to business travelers and conference attendees, as well as families visiting nearby attractions such as Sesame Place. The recently formed hotel management company purchased the Radisson for $15 million. TJM Atlantic City is a subsidiary of TJM Properties, a privately held real estate firm in Clearwater, Fla.   

The Radisson Philadelphia Northeast has 20,000 square feet of meeting and function space, The Radisson Philadelphia Northeast can host a range of functions from conferences of up to 800 for trade shows, galas, weddings and social events. The hotel has 19 meeting rooms, including the Forest Ballroom, the largest hotel ballroom facility in the area.


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Guests can dine in the charming Atrium Bistro or Library Lounge. Events from meetings to wedding receptions are catered by the hotel’s culinary staff. An indoor/outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center are available as well. The business center is open 24 hours a day.

The hotel’s 274 guestrooms and suites include business class rooms  All rooms have room service, free Wi-Fi, Sleep Number beds in selected rooms, 32-inch and 37-inch flat-screen TVs, Cable TV and Pay-Per View, three-hour Express Laundry and Valet Service and coin-operated laundry.

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