Vision Hospitality Group Breaks Ground On Home2 Suites At Hamilton Place

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Vision Hospitality Group, Inc. broke ground on a 97-room Home2 Suites by Hilton in Chattanooga. Projected to open in the fall of 2018, the hotel will be located in the Hamilton Place shopping district.

The Home2 Suites by Hilton will be designed for today’s business and leisure traveler who desires a contemporary, comfortable stay. The property will emphasize spacious suites with a customizable working area, fully-equipped kitchen, microfiber hypoallergenic bedsheets, and a fresh, vibrant aesthetic. Guests will enjoy the resort style pool accompanied by a grilling patio, the ideal space for social gatherings and home-style barbecues. For the health-conscious traveler, the hotel will feature a state of the art fitness facility and healthy options out of the 400+ complimentary breakfast variations. The property’s amenities are complimented by its convenient location in the Hamilton Place shopping district. It is centered between Interstate 75 and U.S. Highway 64, in close proximity to the Tennessee Aquarium, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, and Volkswagen manufacturing plant.

“We are excited to have started construction on another hotel in the Hamilton Place market. Twenty years ago, our company’s first hotel, the Homewood Suites by Hilton, was built at Hamilton Place,” said Vision President and CEO Mitch Patel. “Vision values its ongoing partnership with Hilton and the opportunity to develop one of its newer brands. The development of this Home2 Suites by Hilton reinforces our strategy to invest in premium brands in growing markets.”

Vision Hospitality Group has four properties in development in the Chattanooga area, including the company’s first boutique hotel, The Edwin and the company’s first multi-family venture, 10/North located in Chattanooga’s Northshore area. With these developments, Vision will have a total of 14 properties in the Chattanooga area. Vision currently boasts a pipeline of 16 properties under construction or in development throughout the country.


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