Published on : Monday, April 2, 2018
Choice Hotels International, Inc. one of the world’s largest hotel companies, in collaboration with Holladay Properties, LLC and Nationwide Hotel Management Company LLC, today announced the opening of WoodSpring Suites Chicago Tinley Park. The hotel is located at 18636 West Creek Drive in Tinley Park, Ill.
“Choice Hotels is excited to announce the opening of the WoodSpring Suites Chicago Tinley Park, as it comes on the heels of our recent acquisition of the brand, and we expect this to be one of many WoodSpring openings to come,” said Ralph Thiergart, vice president and general manager, extended stay brands, Choice Hotels. “This Chicago area property fits perfectly into our strategy of bringing the brand to more major markets across the country, and we look forward to guests experiencing this hotel.”
The four-story, newly constructed extended-stay hotel is conveniently located across from the Tinley Park Convention Center and less than a mile from the Hollywood Resort Amphitheater. The hotel offers 123 suites in three room layouts and each room has an in-room kitchen equipped with a full-size refrigerator, two burner stove tops and microwave, as found in all WoodSpring hotels. WoodSpring Suites locations are pet-friendly and offer free wireless Internet, vending machines and guest laundry. The Chicago Tinley Park hotel is 100 percent smoke-free and offers guests complimentary coffee and an expanded lobby space.
This is Holladay Properties’ third WoodSpring Suites to open. The company also has a WoodSpring hotel under construction in Carol Stream, Ill., and two others expected to break ground within the next six months.
“We are thrilled to offer extended stay guests a great and affordable hotel option in the Chicagoarea,” said Tim Healy, chief operating officer of Holladay Properties. “We are happy to be a part of WoodSpring Suites rapid growth across the country. This is our third WoodSpring Suites hotel project in the greater Chicago area and we’ve been welcomed by every community.”