Troy, Ohio is Ready to Serve Visitors with Updated Hotels and Safety Guidelines
June 18, 2020
Miami County, Ohio is Ready to Serve Visitors with Updated Hotels and Safety Guidelines
Even though many events in our area have been postponed or cancelled, there is still plenty to do in and around Troy, Ohio – safely.
As always, our primary goal is to provide our guests with a memorable, comfortable, and safe experience. As we begin reopening our beautiful communities, the Miami County Visitors Bureau wants to make sure our visitors know we will take every precaution necessary to ensure you and your family have a pleasant experience with us.
How we keep your family safe
There are many accommodations available throughout the area adhering to the safety precautions and guidelines outlined by the Ohio Hotel & Lodging Association, CDC, WHO, and other authorities.
While this is not an exhaustive list of precautionary measures, here are a few things you can expect from us:
- Rigorous and more frequent cleaning protocols throughout common areas, offices, and private rooms.
- Increased handwashing from our employees.
- Physical distance between our employees and visitors.
While not required, we encourage the use of face masks for our visitors and employees as an extra barrier of protection.
Additionally, you may find partitions have been installed to reduce contact between our employees and our visitors. High-touch surfaces will also be regularly disinfected.
We take these guidelines seriously to protect our employees and your family.
More about accommodations in the area
Due to more corporate and social events in our area, we have seen an increase in visitors over the past few years. With that, the need for new and updated hotel accommodations became a hot demand.
Troy, Ohio will welcome renovations and new accommodations throughout the remainder of the year which will lead to job creation
Home2Suites on Towne Park Drive
Nearing completion, this extended-stay hotel will be more than 60K square-feet with four-stories and 95 rooms, complete with an indoor pool, fitness facility, and breakfast area with complimentary continental breakfast. The breakfast area will transform into a work and leisure area available for use throughout the day.
With a new Texas Roadhouse located next door, this will be a convenient option for families visiting our communities.
The new hotel will provide about 20 full-time jobs, according to Ravi Narsinghani, a co-founder and managing partner at Seva Hospitality. Troy has a diverse economy that includes technical training, food service, aerospace, manufacturing, and logistics, Narsinghani said, which makes it a good location for the hotel.
The Holiday Inn Express on Troy Town Drive
The Holiday Inn Express will complete renovations with 30 additional rooms, updated safety features, internet upgrades, and more.
The breakfast bar, front desk, and lobby will receive a fresh look in addition to new radio frequency identification (RFID) locks for the doors and internet upgrades, as well as a more modern aesthetic.
We have missed our visitors and are looking forward to seeing our special guests soon! Contact the Miami County Visitors and Convention Bureau for more information about our area.