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Epelboim Development Group, a prominent Developer of South Florida, and Tru by Hilton opened a few miles from the Orlando Convention Center

The city of Orlando applauded its most recent acquisition in the hotel market: Tru by Hilton Orlando Convention Center, the largest property of this company and the first in the Florin city.

Tru by Hilton is a chain of 130 hotels in North America, where the 108 million members of “Hilton Honors” who book directly have access to instant benefits.

The new hotel is located on Westwood Boulevard, south of the Orlando Convention Center, and represents Tru by Hilton’s largest property to date and the first in this central Florida city.

The 259-story, eight-story hotel, run by Highgate, opened on September 3, just before the Labor Day Long Weekend and under the health standards recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The property is located on Westwood Boulevard, south of the Orlando Convention Center.

Guests can enjoy modern facilities including an outdoor swimming pool and a comfortable gym, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. Amenities include free WiFi, complimentary breakfast, free parking and some rooms are pet-friendly.

Noel Epelboim, CEO of Epelboim Development Group, commented, “This project comes at a difficult time given the current health crisis we face, but it’s a sign of hope, while we, as a company, continue to partner with brands like Hilton to promote quality of life in our region, ensure job creation, and provide exceptional services for business and leisure travelers , as well as for local Florida guests.”

To comply with COVID-19 pandemic health regulations, Tru by Hilton executives adjusted hotel services and facilities through the Hilton CleanStay program that includes, among other rules, a Hilton CleanStay room stamp to indicate that that room has not been accessed since careful cleaning and disinfection, room service without contact with customers (left at the door and removed in front of the door) , in addition to a hygiene staff who are responsible for keeping all accesses clean 24 hours a day.

“Tru by Hilton provides an energetic but also relaxing and comfortable stay, making it an excellent choice for travelers looking for value and consistency,” said Talene Staab, vice president and global director of Tru by Hilton. “We are delighted to partner with Epelboim Development Group on this project that will mark our first hotel in Orlando and the largest opening to date with 259 rooms, highlighting Tru by Hilton’s growth rate in the US and Canada.”

The hotel is located very close to shopping centers like Pointe Orlando and the Florida Mall, both of which are very famous for being favorite places for consumers. Tru by Hilton is also less than 10 miles from Orlando’s food destinations and best theme parks.

Epelboim Development Group operates three hotel properties in the US and works at a select and luxury fourth service hotel in Atlanta, which will open in June 2021 among other plans until 2024.

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