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With 131 rooms, Bossier City’s newest hotel boosts many great amenities, such as free laundry, fully equipped kitchens, and free breakfast. The Residence Inn Shreveport-Bossier City/Downtown is an all suite hotel, with extended stay as a focus and is a Dimension Development managed property. Although extended stay is a focus, Residence Inn can accommodate any overnight stays. Jennifer Boone, sales manager says that one of the great things about Residence Inn is that they assist their guests in keeping the rhythm of life. Traveling can disrupt normal routines and Residence Inn’s offer ways for guests to continue to thrive in their personal and business routines.
One service that all Residence Inn’s provide, but very few take advantage of is complimentary grocery shopping. Leave a list at the front desk and your food will be waiting in your room upon your return. This is an important part of my travel life, as I try to maintain a somewhat heathy diet. Many times, I walk to nearby grocery stores in an effort to maintain my normal eating habits. Now that I know this bit of info, I will be looking forward to using the service. This makes it easy to travel with a plan.
In addition to hotel rooms, the Residence Inn has tasteful and spacious event areas for meetings and conferences with catering services available.
Two new hotels are headed for the old Piercey Toyota lot on San Jose’s North First Street, not far from San Jose Mineta International Airport.
San Diego-based Kalthia Group Hotels has proposed a 145-room Hampton Inn and Suites, and a 140-room Home2 Suites for the four-acre site at 2116 N. First St., developers told me. It will be the first appearance in Silicon Valley for Kalthia and the Home2 brand.
A San Diego hotel company has bought the Holiday Inn Express Sacramento Convention Center, anticipating a business bump from the new downtown arena.
Manas Hospitality LLC, an entity of Kalthia Group Hotels, bought the 132-room hotel for $9.5 million. Kalthia plans a major renovation of the property, including adding a solar array.
More hotel rooms will be available in Bossier City next year. Kalthia Group Hotels broke ground Monday morning on a new Residence Inn. It will be located on Traffic Street, next to the Horseshoe Casino.
The $13.5 million project will create more than 130 extended stay rooms.