Nov 20, 2017
Vision Breaks Ground on the Dual-Branded Home2 Suites & Tru by Hilton Atlanta NW/Kennesaw Town Center
Vision Hospitality Group, Inc. recently broke ground on the dual-branded Home2 Suites & Tru by Hilton in Atlanta NW/Kennesaw Town Center. Projected to open in the spring of 2019, the property will be Vision’s first dual-branded hotel in the company’s growing portfolio.
The 170-room hotel will combine two complimentary Hilton brands to better accommodate today’s modern traveler. The Tru by Hilton will provide a young-at-heart experience for short-term guests, and the Home2 Suites by Hilton’s all-suite accommodations will offer a fresh and vibrant extended stay. The hotel will feature large communal spaces and sought-after amenities such as mobile check-in, a social media wall, and super-charging stations. Additional features include a state of the art Precor equipped fitness facility, outdoor saltwater pool, and 24-hour business center.
Conveniently located off of Interstate 75, the property will provide easy access for guests traveling to and from downtown Atlanta. The hotel is located within walking distance of the Town Center at Cobb, catering to travelers visiting Northwest Atlanta’s main shopping destination. The hotel also offers a quick commute to Kennesaw State University and the numerous businesses in the metro-Atlanta area, which will accommodate both families visiting collegians and corporate travelers.
“We are excited to develop our first dual-branded property, especially with two of Hilton’s latest brands,” Vision President & CEO Mitch Patel said. “Furthermore, having the opportunity to partner with such premium brands and develop this project in Atlanta’s expanding market emphasizes Vision’s ongoing growth strategy.”
The property is part of Vision’s expanding pipeline of 16 premium-branded hotels in development. The hotel is the company’s second Tru by Hilton brand. Vision’s Tru by Hilton Atlanta/McDonough was the first to break ground in the United States and opened its doors in the summer of 2017.