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Delaware County, PA destinationdelco.com


Chanticleer Garden in Wayne, PA offers a wide range of spaces for events; courtesy: Destination Delco


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When it comes to regional hotel occupancy, Delco is second only to Philadelphia, which is why new hotels continue to open each year.


Drexelbrook Associates, owners of Drexelbrook Residential Community and Drexelbrook Catering and Special Event Center, announced in April the con- struction of a new 100-room Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites to adjoin the event center when completed in summer of 2018.


Located in Drexel Hill, the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Philadelphia at Drexelbrook is slated to debut in June and will operate as an InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) franchise, owned by Drexelbrook Associates and managed by Prestige Hospitality Group of Albany, NY.


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Drexelbrook Catering and Special Event Center is a full-service hospitality facility and can accommodate groups from 8 up to 1,200 guests. Drexelbrook also offers full-service off-site catering for residences, offices and other locations.


The new hotel will feature the Holiday Inn H4 design solution, representing Happiness, Hospitality, Home and Holiday Inn - four key elements reflective of the brand’s distinctive experience. In early 2018, Drexelbrook also will embark on a major renovation program to introduce a new stylish décor and upgraded amenities at its premier event venue.


A Hilton Garden Inn will be opening soon in Newtown Square, already home to German software giant SAP (which brings in thousands of international visitors


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