Article Archive >> Community

New Name Announced, Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center

New Name Announced, Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center

(Hagerstown, MD)- The former Four Points by Sheraton Hotel has a new name. The Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center will be operating in the same location, with further upgrades and improvements being announced soon.
According to the hotel's General Manager Shilpa Arora, "This is a change for the good. Becoming an independent hotel was a management decision based on the competition in the market, increasing fees and cost effectiveness. Our hotel has enjoyed a terrific relationship with Sheraton over the years and as we move forward we pledge to continue to keep up the high quality that our guests expect."
Ms. Arora said the independent hotel will be in a position to offer better rates and it will help make the hotel be more profitable in today's competitive market.
With a new vision, the hotel's management team has also promised to be a prominent contributor to the Washington County community. Fundraisers are being sponsored for several upcoming Hagerstown events.
The Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center has received recognition for its special award-winning Sunday Brunch. The hotel has also announced several special offerings: Wednesday - Tapas night, Thursday- Italian/ KARAOKE night, Friday- Prime Rib Buffet, Saturday - Seafood Buffet and Monday and Sunday is the FOOTBALL special.
Located at 1910 Dual Highway, the Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center has 108 sleeping rooms, a large ballroom and a comfortable junior ballroom, and several break-out rooms and board-room style meeting rooms. Groups and conventions are well-suited by the amenities. The hotel also has a full-service restaurant, lounge and catering department. For more information, call: 301-790-3010.
The Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center is a member of the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau. For more information, see:

Printable version

<< back to Articles on Community
<< back to All Articles