Real Hospitality Group (RHG), an international hospitality management and investment company with offices in several locations, including New York City, has opened two newly built hotels, Four Points by Sheraton Flushing in Flushing, NY, and Holiday Inn Express & Suites Woodside Queens NYC in Woodside, NY. Both properties are owned by Century Development Group, an integrated real estate development company.
“We’re truly humbled and grateful to be given these opportunities to open and manage additional properties in Queens,” said Ben Seidel, president/CEO, RHG. “The addition of Four Points by Sheraton Flushing and Holiday Inn Express & Suites Woodside Queens NYC to our growing portfolio reveals the strength of the RHG brand in the Big Apple. We look forward to working with ownership to achieve the success we’ve previously had throughout New York City’s five boroughs.”
Four Points by Sheraton Flushing
In the heart of Queens, Four Points by Sheraton Flushing is a 210-room hotel that also has 100 luxury condos on its top floors, as well as retail stores for shops and restaurants.
Each guestroom has complimentary WiFi, an iron and ironing board, a hair dryer, a coffeemaker, cable and satellite. Other amenities include a swimming pool, a fitness center and on-site dining options. The hotel also has 5,150 sq. ft. of meeting space.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Woodside Queens NYC
The 135-room property is centrally located to nearby attractions in New York City’s largest borough in area, Queens, and several subway stops from the city’s most densely populated borough, Manhattan. Each guestroom has blackout shades, a mini refrigerator, a microwave, a coffeemaker, a flat-screen TV and a work desk.
The property’s amenities also include complimentary breakfast, a fitness center, a business center and free WiFi access. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Woodside Queens NYC has two meeting rooms for a total of 1,200 sq. ft. of meeting space.
Both properties are in proximity to LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Citi Field, the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center and the Empire State Building.