Expedia Executive To Honor Embassy Suites Chattanooga - Hamilton Place

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The 1-year-old hotel was originally believed to be in Expedia’s top 200 most highly rated hotels, but an even higher ranking among the site’s 290,000 bookable properties worldwide will be revealed this Thursday from 11 - 11: 30 a.m. at Embassy Suites Chattanooga – Hamilton Place Lobby,2321 Lifestyle Way.

Embassy Suites Chattanooga-Hamilton Place will be recognized for ranking among less than 200 properties on Expedia Insiders’ Select 2014 List for best reviewed hotels as determined by one of the world’s largest full-service online travel sites.

"Since the Embassy Suites Chattanooga – Hamilton Place opened last summer, the hotel team has received numerous awards for exceptional service and hospitality, the most recent of which is a prestigious place among the top one percent of bookable properties through Expedia," officials stated.

Pulling from nearly two million annual verified guest reviews, the Insiders’ Select list recognizes the top ranked hotels available worldwide on Expedia. The 2014 list names only 650 hotels as Insiders’ Select hotels from among the more than 290,000 bookable properties available on Expedia, Inc. websites worldwide. Embassy Suites Chattanooga-Hamilton Place ranks in the top 200 of Insiders’ Select, but its higher placement will be revealed.  




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