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Choice hotels to launch first-of-its-kind sleep inn hotel

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March 13, 2017

Choice hotels to launch first-of-its-kind sleep inn hotel

Galion, Ohio – 13 March 2017 –
Choice Hotels International now opened the newly constructed 62-room Sleep Inn & Suites in Galion, Ohio. The all-new construction hotel brand that is a leader in the midscale lodging segment, unveiled its newest design concept less than one year ago at the Choice Hotels Annual Convention in May 2016.

The updated prototype’s enhanced look and feel builds upon the success of Sleep Inn’s simply stylish design, created to meet travelers’ tastes and behaviors, as well as appeal to developers as an efficient hotel to build and operate. Most importantly, the new prototype remains cost neutral to its predecessor, cementing Sleep Inn’s already strong value proposition for owners.

A brand that appeals to both travelers and developers nationwide, Choice Hotels signed 51 new Sleep Inn agreements in 2016, pushing the overall Sleep Inn pipeline to more than 100 locations. This pipeline includes an innovative dual-brand concept with the extended-stay brand MainStay Suites, enabling hoteliers to tap into two types of demand while delivering construction and operational efficiencies through shared public space, back of house facilities and hotel staff.

At the Sleep Inn & Suites Galion, Ohio, guestrooms include generously sized flat-screen TVs, spa-like baths featuring frameless glass showers, and free-standing vanities. The hotel also features a fitness center, indoor pool, business center, and is the only hotel in the nearby vicinity to provide 24-hour free shuttle van service. Travelers can also enjoy the complimentary Sleep Inn Morning Medley hot breakfast buffet, free high-speed Internet and free newspapers. Playful “Dream Tips” displayed throughout the hotel offer creative ideas to help guests “Dream Better” when they turn out the lights after a day of work or play.

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