Extended-stay hotel opens in Westlake

Juan Diaz, Lindsey Olson, Karen Sperli, John Sobolewski, Catrenta Davis, Mayor Dennis Clough, Joanne Victoria-Jimenez, Katrina Richardson, Tammy Bertrand and Lisa Shreve celebrate the grand opening of the the Sonesta ES Suites in Westlake.

After a multi-million dollar renovation the "reimagined" Sonesta ES Suites is now open for business in Westlake. Mayor Dennis Clough and the West Shore Chamber of Commerce participated in their grand opening and ribbon cutting event held on Jan. 12. The 104-suite extended stay hotel offers all the comforts of home for an affordable price. With studio and two-bedroom loft suites to choose from with full kitchens, wifi and free parking, these rooms are perfect for long-term visitors. A complimentary daily breakfast, evening social hours three nights a week and barbeque grills are just some of the added bonuses available to the guests.

Companies bringing in people for training, families building a home or anyone looking for a weekend away will find this complex inviting. Catrenta Davis, director of sales, said, "Our team is so excited to show off our beautiful new suites!" After the ribbon-cutting, tours of the property were given and lunch was available to all the guests. Staff from the Sonesta ES Suite Cleveland Airport, also newly renovated, helped welcome visitors to the open house. The Westlake property can be found at 30100 Clemens Road.

Tammy Bertrand

I am the Marketing Manager for the Power of More, a networking organization that combines six local chambers of commerce - West Shore, Fairview Park, North Olmsted, North Coast, North Ridgeville and Olmsted.

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Volume 9, Issue 2, Posted 9:38 AM, 01.24.2017