Hampton Inn & Suites opens in the glass capital of the world

Published on : Thursday, August 7, 2014

Hampton-logoHampton Hotels, Hilton Worldwide’s global brand of more than 1,900 mid-priced Hampton Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, and Hampton by Hilton hotels, announced the official opening of its newest property, the 111-room Hampton Inn & Suites Toledo/Westgate, at 3434 Secor Road in Toledo.

“We are thrilled to join the Hilton family and extend the Hampton experience with the introduction of Hampton Inn & Suites Toledo/Westgate,” said Valerie Ware, general manager, Hampton Inn & Suites Toledo/Westgate. “Guests staying with us can expect welcoming accommodations, a friendly and helpful staff and amenities perfect for business or leisure travelers.”

The hotel is owned by Westgate Hospitality LLC and managed by Key Hotels & Property Management Company. It is the 41st Hampton property in the Ohio area market.

Guests staying at the Hampton Inn & Suites Toledo/Westgate will appreciate the hotel’s convenient location and quick access to many of the area’s top attractions such as the Franklin Park Mall, Toledo Symphony and the Toledo Botanical Gardens. Families can enjoy visits to Toledo’s Imagination Station, the Toledo Zoo and the City Center, filled with restaurants suited for all generations. Business travelers can enjoy quick and easy access to Toledo Express Airport and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport as well as local businesses including the Libbey Glass Factory, Toledo General Motors Power Plant and St. Anne’s Hospital.


Guest rooms are equipped with modern amenities designed to help guests relax, including a microwave, refrigerator, flat-screen TV and clean and fresh Hampton bed®. Inviting suites are also available, offering additional space and a comfortable sleeper sofa. The new hotel also features Hampton’s Perfect Mix Lobby with a bar*, designed with a variety of seating and lighting options for both leisure and business travelers and fosters communal enjoyment among guests.

Hampton Hotels fosters a unique culture of hospitality called “Hamptonality.” This term describes each hotel’s approach to friendly customer service, anticipating guests’ needs and providing travelers with helpful suggestions about area attractions, historical facts and fun things to do around town. Additionally, hotels are infused with local photography and artwork, highlighting each property’s connection and support to its own community.



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