Hotel and Conference Area
The Fifteenth New England Regional Genealogical Conference is being held at the Manchester Downtown Doubletree Hotel (formerly the Radisson) situated just 1 hour north of Boston; 1 hour west of Portsmouth; 2 hours north of Providence; 2.5 hours north of Springfield and Hartford; and 3 hours south of Burlington. Hotel reservations are now open. Rooms are available at the conference rate from Tuesday evening, April 2 through Sunday night, April 7.
Manchester Downtown Doubletree Hotel
700 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03101
Telephone: +1 (603) 625-1000
Conference Rate: $164.00 single/double; $174.00 triple; $184.00 quad. Please note that these room rates include a $10.00 rebate per room-night payable to NERGC to help offset conference expenses. Use the name of our organization, “NERGC” to secure the rate when you make your reservations. Parking is $12.00 per night for overnight parking or $6.00 per day (until midnight) without in and out privileges for commuters. Parking tickets must be validated at NERGC’s registration desk to receive the discounted rate.
Check-in 3:00 p.m. Check-out 11:00 a.m.
Rebranding to DoubleTree by Hilton will be completed by end of 2018
BY NHBR STAFF Published: January 31, 2018
The Radisson Hotel Manchester is about to undergo a multimillion-dollar redesign and transformation into a newly branded DoubleTree by Hilton, officials announced Wednesday.
During the renovations, which are expected to be finished by the end of the year, the hotel, which is owned by Pyramid Hotel Group, will continue operations, temporarily rebranded as The Manchester Downtown Hotel.
“Our location has been a staple in downtown Manchester since it opened 34 years ago, hosting presidential candidates, local dignitaries, rock stars and thousands of events,” said Kim Roy, general manager of the property. “This upcoming alignment, combined with extensive modernizations, will further enhance our guests’ experience and help attract more visitors, meetings and events to downtown Manchester.”
She said the hotel will undergo a redesign and refurnishing process that includes:
• Renovated guest rooms
• A new restaurant, bar and dining options
• Reconfigured lobby
• Addition of a Hilton Honors Lounge
• Business center expansion
• Renovated meeting spaces
• A new market featuring beverages and snacks
“DoubleTree by Hilton is one of the strongest and most well-respected hotel brands in the world, and our associates are very pleased to be able to provide this new hotel and its services to the community,” said Roy.
This article appeared in the February 16 2018 issue of New Hampshire Business Review