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The Landing at Hampton Marina Reopens

HAMPTON-Renovations are nearing completion on the newly remodeled and reopened The Landing at Hampton Marina, Tapestry Collection by Hilton in downtown Hampton.

The nine-story hotel, which reopened in February, boasts 173 guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Hampton River; 10,000 square feet of event space; and an indoor and outdoor bar and rooftop pool deck just steps from the Hampton Marina.  Hotel guests are within walking distance of museums, shops, breweries, and restaurants located in downtown Hampton.

“We are thrilled because this is unlike anything else in the area,” said Melvin Nichols, general manager of The Landing at Hampton Marina. “It’s going to be a destination for visitors and locals alike.”

The Landing at Hampton Marina, located on Settlers Landing Road, was one of the first properties approved by the new Tapestry Collection by Hilton brand.

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