ROCHESTER — Worldhotels today announced that the Royal Park Hotel has become one of the newest member of its Deluxe Collection.
“It is our pleasure to welcome the Royal Park Hotel into our Deluxe Collection,” said Tom Griffiths, vice president, Worldhotels-The Americas. “The authentic hospitality provided by the staff at this one-of-a-kind hotel is a welcome addition for Worldhotels guests who appreciate the warmth that accompanies this luxury boutique experience.”
Worldhotels has 500 hotels in 250 destinations and 65 countries worldwide.
As part of Worldhotels, the Royal Park Hotel is easy to book via telephone, online or through 450,000 travel agent terminals worldwide—as easily as with hotels and resorts affiliated with large franchise operations. In addition, guests can earn frequent flier miles through the company’s participation in 25 airline programs around the world, including United Airlines, Air France, Cathay Pacific and Lufthansa.
Situated in a prime location just blocks from the city’s downtown, the hotel offers guests a small town environment while being close to major businesses, including Fortune 500 companies, and venues for professional sporting events and world-class entertainment.
“We offer a place where privacy, luxury and comfort are unparalleled and where personal service is elevated to a fine art,” said Jay Haratsis, general manager at the Royal Park Hotel. “Joining the Worldhotels family with its many added benefits will simply enhance our already superb guest offering.”
Guest rooms offer oversized king or double beds, complimentary high-speed Internet, spacious work desks, premium cable television and L’Occitaine bath products. Hotel amenities include full concierge services and complimentary morning coffee served in the Library, along with local and national newspapers. In addition, guests have access to valet and underground parking, jogging trails, a putting green, bocce court, bicycle rentals and fly-fishing in nearby Paint Creek.
For dining, the Royal Park offers a variety of options, ranging from formal to casual, including the Brookshire Restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Elliott’s Lounge features a wide variety of food and beverage options, including draft beers and creative cocktails. Royalty Tea is offered in the Gallery on select days. During warmer weather, lunch and dinner are served on the Terrace overlooking Paint Creek. The hotel also offers 24-hour in-room dining.
With numerous room configurations and flexible meeting space, the Royal Park Hotel offers an exceptional setting for meetings, conferences and special events. The hotel’s Royal Grand Ballroom can seat 720 guests for dinner and accommodate up to 1,100 guests for a reception. Event planners also have access to professional, state-of-the-art audio-visual services and technologies, business and secretarial services and wireless Internet in all meeting rooms.