Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Here To Stay

Here To Stay
Hotels Latest Anchors For Cordelia Project
By Reporter Staff

Barbara Glover (left) and Richard Russell are general managers of the new Homewood and Staybridge suites, respectively. The hotels feature rooms with kitchens for extended-stay travelers. (Joel Rosenbaum/The Reporter)

Two new hotels are set to open in Fairfield this summer, starting with HomeWood Suites in mid-August, and StayBridge Suites in early September.

HomeWood Suites by Hilton will include 85 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites, and StayBridge Suites by Intercontinental Hotel Group will include 82 studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom suites. Rooms in both hotels come with fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen LCD HD televisions, and wireless and and hard-wire Internet. Both hotels also feature an indoor swimming pool and spa, indoor sports court, outdoor barbecue grills, executive business center, meeting room, a hot breakfast buffet, and a light dinner with complimentary beer and wine on weekdays.

Rooms at HomeWood Suites are $159 for a studio, $169 for a one-bedroom and $199 for a two-bedroom. Rooms at StayBridge Suites are $149 for a studio, $159 for a one-bedroom, and $199 for a two-bedroom.

Both hotels are franchises owned by Sonmar Development Corporation, based in North Dakota.

The two hotels are part of the Green Valley Corporate Park project, which will eventually include two million square feet of office and research and development space in the North Cordelia area between Green Valley Road and Suisun Valley Road in Fairfield. The Park will also include business-related retail stores, such as copy and shipping stores, financial services, insurance companies, and dry cleaners.

The Park already houses a building for Copart Inc.

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