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David Smith Named General Manager of Prominent Jacksonville, FL West Hotel

Fairfield Inn and Suites Jacksonville West/Chaffee Point Nudges Smith to Top Spot

JACKSONVILLE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 08/08/14 -- David Smith has been named General Manager of the Fairfield Inn and Suites Jacksonville West/Chaffee Point hotel, bringing a dedication to attentive service and gracious hospitality to the forefront of the Jacksonville, FL West hotel's already award-winning service.

Smith, who has served the hotel as Guest Service Manager since November 2013, takes hospitality seriously and his interaction with guests, whether in the breakfast room, behind the front counter or in the hotel lobby, gives him an edge for providing travelers with an exceptional hotel experience regardless of their reason for travel. Visiting with guests is routine for Smith, who then uses the input he receives to improve all aspects of the hotel's daily operations.

The hotel's location near the Jacksonville Equestrian Center and Naval Air Station Cecil Field combined with its warm and welcoming atmosphere makes it an ideal haven for group, business and leisure travelers. A 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence hotel, the Jacksonville, Florida accommodations are also recognized through the Certified Green Lodging program for continuing commitment toward the conservation and protection of Florida's natural resources through eco-friendly and sustainable practices.

As general manager, Smith works closely with all of the associates every day to make sure the hotel is delivering on the Fairfield Inn & Suites Daily Promises to always make guests feel welcome; provide a room that's clean, fresh and reflects the highest quality standards; respond promptly to any need, and provide service that will make guests want to return.

Situated close to many of the area's finest attractions, including the Jacksonville Zoo, Museum of Science & History, Kingsley Plantation, the World Golf Hall of Fame Museum and Trinity Baptist College, the hotel's spacious accommodations include well-appointed guest rooms and studio suites so travelers can experience a hotel stay in space that comfortably meets their needs. Boasting free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel property, guests are welcomed to take advantage of the hotel's vibrant lobby spaces for relaxing and catching up on email or meeting with family and friends. The lodging's 24-hour business center is also conveniently located in the lobby and features computers, copy, fax and scanning capabilities.

About the Fairfield Inn and Suites Jacksonville West/Chaffee Point Hotel
Welcoming travelers with accommodations designed to be comfortable and affordable, the Fairfield Inn and Suites Jacksonville West/Chaffee Point pampers guests with complimentary wireless and wired Internet access, a hot and hearty breakfast buffet, access to its heated indoor pool and whirlpool, and 24-hour privileges to its well-equipped exercise room. All guest rooms are thoughtfully designed and feature Neutrogena bath amenities, cotton-rich linens, an iPod dock, mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee and tea service, 32-inch LCD TV with cable/satellite service and premium movie channels for a relaxed and productive stay.

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Fairfield Inn and Suites Jacksonville West/Chaffee Point
561 Chaffee Point Blvd
Jacksonville, Florida 32221

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