News for the Hospitality Executive
Hart Hotels and Krog Corporation Joint Venture Open the
Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel in New York's Finger Lakes Region
|Buffalo, NY – July 16, 2008 - Hart Hotels opens their 11th
hotel in New York State.
The Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel opens Wednesday July 16, 2008 at 16 North Franklin Street, Watkins Glen.
The Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel brings a new concept for relaxation and
social/business gatherings to the Finger Lakes Region located on the harbor
at the southern tip of Seneca Lake – on the Seneca Wine Trail.
The hotel is a four story 14-million dollar project with 104 guestrooms and suites, 4,200 square feet of banquet and conference space with an indoor pool & fitness center. The project is a joint venture between Krog Corporation and Hart Hotels. The hotel will capitalize on tourists drawn to Watkins Glen by races held at the Watkins Glen International Raceway and the Finger Lakes Wineries. The hotel plans to attract small to medium size corporate and state meetings with their large state-of-the-art conference facilities.
The hotel features deluxe guest rooms and suites, high-count cotton sheets, signature mattress sleep sets with nightly turndown service finished off with a novelty chocolate on the pillow. Other amenities of the hotel include the BluePoint Grille – an upscale restaurant, Coldwater Bar, and the Patio (an outdoor venue to enjoy the cool breezes on Seneca Lake. (Opening seasonally)
Also featured in the hotel is high-speed wireless Internet throughout. The guest rooms and suites are located on the second through fourth floor. Many of the rooms and suites have a magnificent view of the lake.
Hart Hotels located in Buffalo, New York owns and operates five hotels in the Buffalo, NY greater area with two hotels in central New York, and a boutique hotel in Portland, Maine, a resort hotel located in Park City, Utah and a hotel in South Burlington, Vermont.
|Also See:||Hart Hotels, Inc. Opens the Hotel Indigo Buffalo-Amherst Following a $6 million Renovation and Rebranding of a Former Hampton Inn / July 2007|