MCR acquires the Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Langhorne

The Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Langhorne. Photo credit: Marriott International

MCR, the sixth-largest hotel owner-operator in the United States, acquired the 100-suite Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Langhorne, which is located less than 1 mile from Sesame Place theme park.

The hotel's leadership team is led by Nick Katsikis, regional director of operations. The 10-year veteran of MCR has roots in Langhorne: his grandparents lived in town and took him to Sesame Place as a child. 

Scott Fisher, GM of the hotel, is a 17-year resident of the Langhorne area. Part of Fisher's responsibility involves connecting the hotel with the local community. 

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Amanda Bray, director of sales at the hotel, was born and raised in Langhorne. Bray got her first job at Sesame Place at age 15 before transitioning to hospitality. 

The Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Langhorne consists of 100 pet-friendly suites with fully equipped kitchens. The hotel offers a free breakfast, Wi-Fi, a heated indoor pool, a fitness center, a business center, an on-site laundry and a convenience store.

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