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The guy who created the all-suites hotel is back, with a new chain

Excerpt from HotelsMag

Mar 25, 2013 9:23 am

Robert Woolley, who in 1969 created the first all-suite hotel with his Granada Royale chain that eventually became Embassy Suites, announced the new brand Woolley’s Classic Suites earlier this week.

Construction has begun on the brand’s first hotel, a 187-room property near Denver International Airport in Aurora, Colorado.

From the release (PDF): The first Woolley’s Classic Suites is a four-story hotel featuring 187 guest suites and four executive suites…will have an oasis-style atrium and will offer complimentary breakfasts and cocktail hours. Hotel facilities will also include seven flexible meeting spaces totaling 5,000 square feet.

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