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El Paso Hotel Celebrates Opening With Casino Night

June 26th Event at New TownePlace Suites El Paso Airport Offers Fun and a First Look

EL PASO, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 06/18/14 -- In mid-March 2014, the TownePlace Suites El Paso Airport opened its doors to the public, welcoming curious locals and out-of-town visitors to its extended-stay hotel in El Paso, TX. Now that business is in full swing, it's time to celebrate.

On June 26, 2014, this El Paso airport hotel is officially celebrating its opening with a FunTastic Casino Night. From 5:30 to 9pm, visitors can enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres, sweet treats and drinks before a formal ribbon cutting with the El Paso Chamber of Commerce.

While the El Paso, TX hotel is still relatively new, it's already making an impression on extended-stay travelers, who are voicing their satisfaction on the travel site TripAdvisor. Currently ranked in the top 10 hotels in the city with a 100% rating, the hotel is gaining popularity for its amenities, which include free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, an indoor pool and fitness center, and its service, which reviewers can't stop praising. Travelers say it is "very friendly and helpful," and "the most professional I've EVER seen."

Guests can experience this first-hand with a stay in one of the hotel's studio suites, which offer apartment-style accommodations with a full kitchen, spacious work area, ergonomic furnishings, 32-inch flat-screen TV and inviting decor. While the hotel is ideal for guests in town for extended business stays, it's also a great choice for vacationers who simply want more space and flexibility. Families and groups can enjoy a festive BBQ using the grills onsite, or visit nearby attractions, which include El Paso Zoo, Franklin Mountains State Park, El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA), Wet 'N' Wild Waterworld and Western Playland Amusement Park.

The FunTastic Casino Night is open to everyone from guests to curious locals. To attend, simply RSVP to [email protected].

About the TownePlace Suites El Paso Airport
An extended stay doesn't have to mean abandoning the ease and comfort of being at home. At the TownePlace Suites El Paso Airport, guests enjoy a work-life balance in a space that feels familiar -- with the service of hotel staff to boot. Located just minutes from El Paso International Airport and the U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery School at Fort Bliss, this extended-stay hotel offers spacious studio suites that feature one king or two queen beds, a large work desk, free Wi-Fi, 32-inch flat-screen TV with premium cable channels and a fully equipped kitchen with a full-size refrigerator, microwave and cook top. While guests can cook their own meals, they will also enjoy a free hot breakfast each morning, as well as a fun social hour with light dinner every Monday through Thursday evening. An extended stay doesn't have to mean going off track of one's wellness routine; the hotel offers a fitness center and indoor pool. Those who prefer to pack light can pick up additional items at the nearby Sunland Park Mall, Cielo Vista Mall, Fountains of Farah Outlet and Basset Place Mall.

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CONTACT:
TownePlace Suites El Paso Airport
6601 Edgemere Blvd.
El Paso, Texas 79925
USA
1-915-493-6781
www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/elpts-towneplace-suites-el-paso-airport/

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