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Four-Star Hotel & Conference Center Coming to Pro Football Hall of Fame Village

Spectacular design plans for the 4-Star hotel and conference center to break ground September 1 at Hall of Fame Village.

On September 1, a main component of the $500 million Hall of Fame Village campus development will break ground. Construction is set to begin on the spectacular, new four-star hotel in Pro Football Hall of Fame Village later this summer. The 243-room upscale hotel property will open in May 2018.



The football-themed hotel is the creative work of HKS Architects and will include a grand lobby to serve as the “living room for the Hall of Fame Village” with expansive 40-foot ceilings, a large fireplace, oversized furniture and technology incorporated to accommodate huge projection screens. Crestline Hotel & Resorts, LLC, associated with Hall of Fame Gold Jacket Bruce Smith, will manage the luxury hotel.



The hotel features a two story “Commissioner Suite” at the peak of the property.  The restaurant on property will have a large, operable wall that opens up for patrons to view Hall of Fame Village’s “Main Street”, the home to retail, restaurants office and residential space. The design also includes a VIP perch and meeting space overlooking the lobby, a ballroom with capacity for a 600-person seated dinner and breakout meeting rooms.

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Tonja Marshall

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Tonja Marshall is the VP of Marketing & Communications for Visit Canton.  She has previously served as Director of Sports Tourism.  Prior to working for Visit Canton, Tonja was the Travel & Tourism Marketing Specialist at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Tonja moonlights as a foodie, trying-out new recipes and seeking-out great restaurants. Whether she is headed to a basketball tournament, cheer competition, or weekend “staycation”, Tonja can usually be found traversing the Stark County area with her husband Marcus and three kids, Jordan, Janiya, and Marcus Jr.

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