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WoodSpring Suites Announces Another New Franchised Location In Atlanta, GA

Wednesday, August 03, 2016
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WoodSpring Suites, formerly Value Place,

STOCKBRIDGE, GA--WoodSpring Hotels, the nation’s fastest-growing extended-stay hotel company, has partnered with Pragat 1921 to build a new prototype WoodSpring Suites hotel. The property will be located on Highway 138 in Stockbridge, Ga. This will be the fourth WoodSpring Hotels property either open or under development in Metro Atlanta.

“We’re excited to build the beautiful new WoodSpring Suites prototype in Stockbridge and to provide our guests an exceptionally positive experience at a consumer friendly price point,” said Kiran Patel, principal with Pragat 1921. “WoodSpring Hotels has proven their model can drive strong occupancy and profitability in the Atlanta market. We also appreciate the very strong emphasis the company places on maximizing profitability and net operating income.”

The projected opening date for the hotel is Q1 of 2018. Once completed, the new four-story, 122-room hotel will feature many guest amenities, such as in-room kitchens, free high-speed internet, guest laundry and the 99-point cleaning process that the WoodSpring Suites brand provides to every guest.

“We have found a great partner in Pragat 1921, and they have done a wonderful job in selecting an excellent location within one of the top markets in America. Atlanta has a strong and consistent demand for economy extended stay hotel rooms and our brand meets it in a highly profitable manner,” said Ron Burgett, executive vice president of franchise development & operations at WoodSpring Hotels. “We believe we offer one of the most lucrative opportunities in hospitality, and we’re excited to bring another location to the state of Georgia.”

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