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Ribbon Cutting at Hilton Garden Inn Springfield Thursday

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Hilton Ribbon Cutting Credits: Ellen Dickson
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Grand Opening Sign Credits: Ellen Dickson
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Getting ready for a wedding reception Credits: Ellen Dickson
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Head table for wedding reception Credits: Ellen Dickson
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The Oasis Room Credits: Ellen Dickson
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Room where breakfast and dinner are served Credits: Ellen Dickson
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SPRINGFIELD, NJ - The Hilton Garden was looking spectacular for its official ribbon cutting Thursday. Tours were given of the recently completed banquet rooms, conference centers, bridal suite, work out areas, and pool. Many local officials and invited friends of the Hilton were in attendance for the ribbon cutting.

Tom Martucci, General Manager of the Hilton said, “We are very excited to be in Springfield.”  He added, “We are the newest hotel in the area and so far the outpouring from the local community has been fantastic. City Hall could not have been more accommodating”  .

Located at 304 U.S. 22 West, there are 170 rooms, a ballroom that can handle 450 guests, conference rooms with all the amenities including white boards, and a restaurant open for breakfast and dinner. Room rates start at $149 per night.

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