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The hotel features 76 studios and one-bedroom suites with fully –equipped kitchens with refrigerator, microwave, stovetop and dishwasher, large workspace, and free high-speed Internet access, HD TV and DVD player. The hotel amenities include; the Candlewood Cupboard - shop for meals, snacks, beverages, movie and music lending library, 24-hour Candlewood Gym, 24-hour laundry and Outdoor Gazebo Grill. The hotel is a pet friendly facility.
Hart Hotels is the owner and developer of the $6.9 million project. The hotel will employ 15-20 people. ”The Candlewood brand is affiliated with Intercontinental Hotels Group it has a loyal following for travelers in need of special accommodations for extended stays. We are happy to expand our IHG portfolio once again despite the recession. We believe this brand and our proximate location to the SUNY Buffalo campus and our management experience will be a winning formula for years into the future,” said David P Hart, president and CEO of Hart Hotels, Inc.
This is will be the first Candlewood Suites in the area and Hart Hotels sixth hotel in Buffalo. Hart Hotels is the largest Hotelier in Western New York with 946 guest rooms and 500 associates. In 2010 Hart Hotels will be celebrating 25 years in the hotel and restaurant business in Buffalo.
Hart Hotels located in Buffalo, New York owns and operates six hotels in the Buffalo, NY greater area with three hotels in Finger Lakes, New York, and a four diamond - boutique hotel in Portland, Maine, a resort hotel located in Park City, Utah and a hotel in South Burlington, Vermont.
To learn more about Hart Hotels, visit www.harthotels.com To visit Candlewood Suites visit; www.cwsbuffaloamherst.com
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