We have only the greatest respect and admiration for Yeshiva University and hope that we will be given the opportunity to provide them with accommodations at our hotel in the future.
PIKESVILLE, Md. (PRWEB) March 06, 2020
The DoubleTree by Hilton Baltimore North – Pikesville today relocated reservations from Yeshiva University to another hotel, at no additional expense to the group. We value each and every one of our guests, and safety is an utmost and top priority. For the safety of our guests and employees, the management of the property followed the precautionary measures set by Yeshiva University, that has recently cancelled classes, as well as scheduled events, through Tuesday, March 10th.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Baltimore North – Pikesville is aware that there has been an allegation of discrimination around this incident, presumably due to Yeshiva University’s majority Jewish population. This allegation is false and without any merit or basis. Our hotel maintains a strict non-discrimination policy and honors and welcomes people of all faiths regardless of religious affiliation. In fact, a significant portion of the hotel ownership is held by individuals of the Jewish faith. The sole consideration for the relocation was the safety and well-being of our guests and employees.
While we regret the inconvenience that this may have caused Yeshiva University, we are pleased that our staff moved diligently to assist the group in securing alternative accommodations. We have only the greatest respect and admiration for Yeshiva University and hope that we will be given the opportunity to provide them with accommodations at our hotel in the future.