Ohio hotel converts to Magnuson's M Star brand

M Star Ohio

Magnuson Hotels converted an Ohio hotel to its M Star brand.

The M Star North Canton, Ohio, was previously the Harleigh Inn. The hotel is now affiliated with Magnuson Hotels' global portfolio of over 1,000 hotels.

“We are very excited to be welcoming Mr. Patel and his entire team to the Magnuson family and look forward to a long and successful future together,” said Thomas Magnuson, CEO of Magnuson Hotels.

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The M Star North Canton is located near the Pro Football Hall of Fame in downtown North Canton, less than 10 miles from McKinley Presidential Library and Museum, the Canton-Akron Airport and the North Canton Skate and Entertainment Center. The 30-room hotel offers king size or twin bedded rooms, with kitchenettes also available. All rooms are equipped with free high speed wireless internet, free local calls, microwave, mini fridge, coffeemaker, hair dryer, iron and board and air conditioning.

Magnuson Hotels was founded in 2003, and has over 1,000 hotels in six countries on three continents. Magnuson Hotels’ newly formed global alliance with Chinese operator Jin Jiang Hotels forms a consortium of over 6,000 hotels worldwide.

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