David Huber, chairman of the board of directors for Placer Valley Tourism, has been named general manager of the new 115-suite hotel the TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Roseville. Huber served the previous two years as GM of Marriott’s Residence Inn, also in Roseville. Prior to joining Marriott, he was an area manager for Extended Stay America for three years.
Huber earned a bachelor’s degree in business at Sierra Nevada College at Incline Village, Nevada, in 1994. His hobbies include skiing and golf.
TownPlace Suites, the 15th hotel in Roseville, is located in suburban South Placer County, just 30 minutes from the Sacramento International Airport. It offers guests easy access to the Thunder Valley Casino, the Roseville Aquatics Center and the Westfield Galleria Mall.
Ideal for travelers who need accommodations for a week or more, this property offers studio, one- and two-bedroom suites with fully equipped kitchens and separate living/working and sleeping areas.
The TownePlace Suites Sacramento Roseville offers a 24-hour business center, free local phone calls and two-line telephones/data ports/voicemail. Guest facilities include guest laundry, In a Pinch Market, an indoor swimming pool and whirlpool spa, fitness center, 300 square feet of meeting space and free high-speed and wireless Internet in all guest rooms and public spaces. Housekeeping services are based on guests’ schedule and length of stay. A complimentary continental breakfast as well as 24-hour coffee service is also available.
TownePlace Suites is an all-suite hotel brand designed for long-stays with moderately-priced rooms. Launched in 1997, the brand currently has more than 165 locations in the United States.