Apollo will renovate Hampton Inn in Lexington Park, Md.

BREA, CA – Apollo Hospitality Group has be contracted to renovate the 111 room Hampton Inn in Lexington Park, Maryland. The contract is approximately 1.6 million and includes design, purchasing and construction for a complete remodel of guestrooms and public spaces. The agreement is between Apollo Hospitality Group and Cherry Cove of Lexington Park for whom Apollo is currently providing renovation services for the Fairfield Inn by Marriott located in the same city. The projected start date is February, 15, 2010.

Aaron Plante, CEO of Apollo Hospitality, discusses the opportunities that this project presents: “From the design perspective, it’s another opportunity to work with Hampton and their “Perfect Mix” lobby. From a big picture perspective, it’s great to be able to continue to build what we hope is a long lasting business relationship with Cherry Cove.”

Brian Norris, COO of Cherry Cove, explains the decision to award the contract to Apollo, “They recognize the fact that staying on schedule reduces the potential for lost revenue for our hotel. They also put great focus on minimizing any intrusion on our guest’s experience during the renovation process.”

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