Interstate to manage 13 properties for Glacier House Hotels

The Element Chandler (Ariz.) Fashion Center is one of 13 properties Interstate Hotels & Resorts will manage for Glacier House Hotels. Photo credit: Interstate Hotels & Resorts

Glacier House Hotels has selected Interstate Hotels & Resorts to manage 13 of its hotels. The portfolio represents 1,285 select-service rooms at locations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, Texas and Washington.

"As we leverage our scale to drive value for our owners, this portfolio builds on our select-service expertise as we work to perform best in all hospitality verticals," Michael J. Deitemeyer, Interstate Hotels & Resorts' president/CEO, said in a statement.

The 13-hotel portfolio comprises nine brands from Marriott, Hilton, IHG and Best Western Hotels & Resorts. Six of the 13 hotels are under construction, with locations schedule to open from June 2019 to June 2020.

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“Engaging Interstate to manage these properties allows us to focus on improving our business fundamentals identifying and developing relationships with investors and franchise companies," Jordan Scott, Glacier House Hotels’ principal for acquisitions and development, said in a statement. "We look forward to our continued relationship with Interstate and know this portfolio is in the best of hands with their extensive team.”

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