Lexington, KY, November 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Home-Towne Suites (http://www.htshotel.com), an extended stay hotel, launches a Holiday Economic Stimulus Plan of $25 gift cards with stays of 2 or more nights. Often used by the business traveler on temporary assignment and people relocating, Home-Towne Suites is offering its Stimulus Plan to all holiday travelers including those visiting family or others who decide to get away for the holidays and want a fully equipped kitchen and homey atmosphere.
“People traveling to visit family and friends for the holidays often need a place to stay. Home-Towne Suites offers all the comforts of home, including a kitchen. During this holiday season, and with current economic conditions, we’re offering a Holiday Economic Stimulus Plan that includes a $25 gift card. Everyone can use some extra spending money this time of year,” says Carolyn Hundley, Vice-President of Culture and Development of Home-Towne Suites (http://www.htshotel.com/Locations.html).
The Holiday Economic Stimulus plan runs through December 31, 2009. Gift cards are mailed after check-out, and should be received within 14 days.
Home-Towne Suites offer a variety of room types from studio suites to one bedroom suites, with luxury whirlpool suites at some locations. No matter what the choice, guests will find everything they need to feel at home in the spacious suites including fully equipped kitchens, free high speed wireless internet, on-site guest laundry facilities, expanded cable with HBO, and complimentary access to a fitness center.
An important requirement for many people traveling over the holidays is to be able to take their pets. These travelers will find a warm welcome as Home-Towne Suites hotels are also pet friendly.
Home-Towne Suites (http://www.htshotel.com), a rapidly growing hotel chain founded in 1997 by owner and President Michael Tetterton, caters to the business traveler while offering the comforts of home to extended stay guests. Corporate offices are located in Lexington, KY, with locations throughout the southeast.