The Oneida Indian Nation announced plans to open its newly expanded hotel property, Sandstone Hollow Inn early this summer.  To accommodate an increase in visiting guests and demand for additional lodging, the Oneida Indian Nation announced it is bolstering its housekeeping staff and will offer $1,000 sign-on bonuses to new hires housekeeping employees.

Oneida Indian Nation Homelands (April 28, 2021) – The Oneida Indian Nation announced today plans to open Sandstone Hollow Inn, a hotel addition acquired and developed by the award-winning resort in 2020. To account for Sandstone Hollow Inn’s addition of 81 all-new rooming options, the Oneida Indian Nation will be offering sign-on bonuses of $1,000 to every new housekeeper hired at its properties.

Sandstone Hollow Inn, formerly the Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham, is located across from Turning Stone’s Sandstone Hollow Golf Course at 5118 NYS Route 365. The hotel is set to officially open on May 12, 2021 and will feature complimentary shuttle service to Turning Stone, continental breakfast offerings and laundry facilities for guests. Guests will also have the opportunity to bring their dogs to the property.

Sandstone Hollow Inn’s opening comes in response to the growing demand for rooms at Turning Stone Resort and is a key indicator of positive economic growth in the region. Known as a premier destination for vacationers, golfers, business conferences, and families across the United States, the resort has always served as an economic engine for the Central New York area and attracts more than 4.5 million visitors annually. Turning Stone is operated by Turning Stone Enterprises – the single largest employer in Oneida and Madison counties, and one of the largest employers throughout the wider region with more than 4,000 employees.

“As we emerge from the past year with our eyes on recovery and growth, we are incredibly pleased that this expansion will create even more employment opportunities for members of our community,  said Oneida Indian Nation Representative and Turning Stone Enterprises CEO Ray Halbritter. “