to Executive Positions at The Clarion Hotel &
Conference Center Antietam Creek
in Hagerstown, Maryland
|HAGERSTOWN, Md. (February 2005) -- The Clarion Hotel & Conference
Center Antietam Creek, a 210-room meetings hotel in Hagerstown, Md., owned
and managed by affiliates of Magna Hospitality Group, L.C., is re-emerging
as one of the top places to meet in the Washington-Baltimore Corridor by
naming three hospitality veterans to executive sales, marketing, and food
and beverage positions.
Cochran added that the property is making a successful comeback thanks to the support of "this wonderful community, the expert know-how and dedication of Clarion's employees, and the infusion of new capital by a syndicated group of experienced hotel investors."
The hotel, located at 901 Dual Highway in Hagerstown, features 199 spacious guest rooms and 11 luxury suites; 30,000 square feet of flexible meeting space; a learning center for self-contained and focused group meetings; a poolside tropical garden atrium reception/party area; free parking with more than 800 spaces; and the Andrews Steak and Seafood Restaurant, featuring Phillips Seafood.
In addition to the Hagerstown property, Magna Hospitality (or its affiliates) owns and/or operates the Cartwright Hotel in San Francisco; the Hotel Lawrence in Dallas; the Holiday Inn Plantation in Plantation/Sawgrass, Fla.; the Casa Grande Suites in South Beach Miami, Fla.; the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Milwaukee Airport; the Eastland Park in Portland, Maine; Le Grande Lodge in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec; the Hampton Inn in Bowie, Md.; the Comfort Suites in Baltimore; and the Hampton Inn Hotel and Suites in Warwick, Rhode Island; the Hampton Inn in Boston/Braintree, Massachusetts; the Hilton Garden Inn in Burlington, Massachusetts; and the Hilton Garden Inn in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Clarion Hotel & Conference Center Antietam Creek
|Also See:||Magna Hospitality Group, L.C. Completes $2.5 million Refurbishment of the historic Cartwright Hotel, San Francisco / October 2004|
|Big D Hotel Associates Completing Restoration of Historic Paramount Hotel in Downtown Dallas, $4 million Renovation Includes Name Change to Hotel Lawrence / July 2001|