Value Place Reopens Cleveland-Area Hotels Following $500,000 in Renovations

Value Place, an extend stay hotel chain in the United States, has recently completed the renovation of two of its hotels in the Cleveland area. The two properties are located in Akron and Mentor, and are now ready to receive guests. The hotel brand has spent $500,000 for each of the two renovation projects.

Value Place, a U.S. extended-stay hotel chain, recently completed the renovation of two of its Cleveland-area hotels, in Akron and Mentor. The hotel brand has spent $500,000 for each of the two renovation projects.

The Akron hotel is located at 3325 Fortuna Drive. The four-story 121-room property is  just a short drive south of downtown Cleveland and is accessible from exit 120 off Interstate 77. The Mentor hotel is located near First Energy Stadium, at 5650 Emerald Court, and features 119 rooms on three stories. Both hotels are located in amenity-rich areas.

Value Place said the renovations were inspired by guest feedback and competitive offerings. The two hotels now feature upgraded lighting, beds and TVs. Also, guests now have high-speed, wireless Internet access. The renovations are part of the company’s national effort to enhance corporate- and franchisee-owned properties.

“Enhancing our current properties is a great way to improve our guest experience,” Value Place COO Kyle Rogg said in a statement for the press. “We already meet the ‘needs’ of budget-conscious guests. These upgrades answer the ‘wants.’”

Value Place was founded by renowned hotelier Jack DeBoer in 2002. It currently operates 10 hotels in the state of Ohio, three of which are located in the Cleveland area, in Mentor, Avon and Akron-Green. Last year, the hotel brand announced plans to build six more extended-stay hotels in Greater Cleveland. They will be constructed over the next three years, with the first hotel expected to cost $6 million.

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