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TownePlace Suites Charlotte Arrowood Welcomes New Leadership

A Fresh Perspective Heralds Exciting Changes at This Extended-Stay Property

CHARLOTTE, NC -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- There is a reason why society harbors a fascination with captains, presidents and royals. Not only are they charismatic, they're also leaders, and that's one reason why the arrival of the new General Manager and Operations Manager at the TownePlace Suites Charlotte Arrowood has everyone buzzing. After all, just as a king can determine history, these new leaders hold the future of the property in their hands.

Happily for guests of this all-suite hotel in Charlotte, NC, those hands are more than capable. Chad Logan, an eight-year veteran of the hospitality industry, has accepted the position of General Manager and is eager to put his experience to work. Having graduated from UNC Charlotte with a bachelor's degree in hospitality, Mr. Logan strongly believes in creating the best guest experience possible.

Already this property's numerous advantages make it one of the best hotel offers in Charlotte, NC. Its spacious studio and one- and two-bedroom suites, as well as its value-added amenities like complimentary Internet access, free daily breakfast and outdoor barbecue area, make it a smart choice for extended stays and group accommodations in Charlotte, NC. Mr. Logan's leadership promises to continue that legacy while introducing new features like Quiet Hours. Designed to ensure a peaceful stay for guests who desire it, Quiet Hours will be designated in certain areas of the hotel and ideal for those who like to tuck in early or catch up on work in the evening.

The co-architect of this new change was the hotel's other recent addition, Ms. Lauren Hammad. As the property's new Operations Manager, Ms. Hammad will apply her more than six years of Marriott experience to creating exceptional guest stays at TownePlace Suites Charlotte Arrowood. And while she and Mr. Logan lead the property forward, travelers everywhere can look forward to positive and meaningful change.

About the TownePlace Suites Charlotte Arrowood
When it comes to making extended stays extensively fun, TownePlace Suites Charlotte Arrowood has all the right features. As one of the best Bank of America Stadium hotels, the property is located near plenty of attractions such as the Charlotte Motor Speedway, the Billy Graham Library and the Carowinds theme park, which allows visitors of every inclination to enjoy easy access to distinctive destinations. And when it's time to work or relax, guests will find everything they need in the hotel's spacious studio and one- and two-bedroom suites. Gracious kitchens (replete with appliances and tableware), new LCD televisions and inviting bedding create the perfect setting to unwind. Spacious workstations with ergonomic chairs encourage productivity, and complimentary amenities like Internet and breakfast, as well as a fitness center, pool and laundry facilities, make this a value-added choice for groups, families and everyone in between.

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7805 Forest Point Boulevard
Charlotte, North Carolina 28217

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