Embassy Suites Hotels is a chain of upscale all-suite hotels trademarked by the Hilton Hotels Corporation. As of 2008, there are 182 properties across the United States and Canada.. Similar to other Hilton brands, most Embassy Suites hotels are independently owned and operated by franchisees, though a few are company owned and/or managed.
Embassy Suites was owned by Promus Hotel Corporation
, a hotel management and franchise company from Memphis, Tennessee
. In addition to Embassy, Promus also owned Hampton Inn
, Homewood Suites
, and Doubletree
. The original Embassy Suites
was built in Overland Park
Property Features & Amenities
Embassy Suites is an upscale chain of all-suite hotels. All guest rooms of this chain feature a separate living area as well as a sleeping area. Like many hotels, guests can choose from a king sized bed or two double beds. The living area often consists a sofa bed with matching chairs and a separate television.
The majority of Embassy Suites hotels have an atrium
style layout. The interior of the hotel may have a tropical rain forest setting complete with waterfall, bridges, a large dining area, and panoromic elevators. One of the key features of Embassy Suites is the Cooked-to-Order Breakfast
, which consists of a breakfast buffet. However, certain hotels allow guests to make personal orders with the breakfast chefs. The breakfasts are complete with various hot foods such as bacon, eggs, and omelettes. In the evening, a complimentary Manager's Reception
with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, and appetizers are provided for all guests.
As of July 2007, there are 182 Embassy Suites locations, located in the United States, Latin America and Canada. The first Embassy Suites in Mexico opened in November 2006 in Mexico City on the famous Paseo de la Reforma. http://www.embassysuitesmexicocity.com/ The Embassy Suites Niagara Falls, Ontario
is the tallest and largest Embassy Suites, being 42 stories tall, however it does not have the typical atrium layout.
Embassy Suites Hotels advertisements are rarely shown, however, one popular commercial that aired in 2003
featured a kid named Austin. However in the early years of Embassy Suites during the late 1980s to early 1990s, Garfield
was featured in advertisements and commercials.