YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio

The 125-room DoubleTree by Hilton Youngstown Downtown opened in Eastern Ohio. Conveniently located between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, the 12-story hotel is in the former Stambaugh Building, designed by renowned architect Albert Kahn and is listed on the Historic Registry.

The hotel boasts a marble main floor lobby, elaborate detailed ceiling which has been meticulously restored and terrazzo flooring running throughout the entire building. The ornate cornice at the top of the building is copper and the hotel boasts two floors of large Palladium style windows as well as many other historical details throughout the hotel.

“Downtown Youngstown is undergoing a tremendous revitalization, making it an ideal location for a brand-new hotel catering to business and leisure travelers to the area,” said Mike Marshall, president and CEO, Marshall Hotels & Resorts. “The former Stambaugh Building has been completely transformed into the downtown area's newest only upscale, full-service hotel. With its stunning neo-classical architecture, we are confident that it will become not just the destination of choice for travelers, but also a regular neighborhood stop for locals, as well.”

Hotel amenities include approximately 5,300 square feet of meeting and event space that can accommodate up to 150 people. The hotel also provides a business center, fitness center, Hilton's Made Market for grab-and-go” food options. On-site Bistro 1907, by Mark Canzonetta is an urban, modern, and a throwback to a 1907 Parisian bistro. The name is a tribute to the year renowned architect Albert Kahn's design was brought to life.