Driftwood Hospitality acquires four hotels

 

The DoubleTree by Hilton Legal District Hotel located in downtown Wilmington

Driftwood Hospitality Management announced four new additions to its hotel management portfolio. The company has acquired the 217-room DoubleTree by Hilton Wilmington, in Wilmington, Del. (through selling broker Holliday Fenoglio Fowler); assumed management responsibilities of the 125-room Comfort Inn Hunt Valley, in Hunt Valley, Md. and the 115-room Best Western Plus Porterville Inn in Porterville, Calif.; and completed the renovation and rebranding of the 135-room Staybridge Suites Orlando Airport, in Orlando, Fla.

About the Hotels:

▪    DoubleTree by Hilton Legal District Hotel
The 217-room DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wilmington offers high-speed Internet access, two dual-line telephones with data port and private voice mail. Set in the Brandywine Valley, the hotel is located four miles north of Interstate 95 on U.S. 202, and only five miles from downtown Wilmington. It is also located 17 miles from the Philadelphia International Airport.

▪    Comfort Inn Hunt Valley
The 125-room Comfort Inn Hunt Valley is located near the Maryland Transit Administration Light Rail system, making it easy to get to downtown Baltimore. The hotel includes free wired and wireless high-speed Internet access, weekday newspaper delivery, complimentary local calls and more.

▪    Best Western Plus Porterville Inn
The 115-room Best Western Plus Porterville Inn is located in the heart of Porterville with easy access to many area attractions. The hotel offers full granite showers and vanities, complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access, private voicemail, hair dryer, iron and ironing board and more.

▪    Staybridge Suites Orlando Airport
This 135-room, four-story hotel is located within one mile of the airport and Lockheed Martin, and within close proximity to the Orlando VA Medical Center and Nemours Children’s Hospital. The property features three spacious suite options (deluxe studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom/two-bath). All suites include in-room DVD/CD players; functional, well-lit work stations with ergonomic seating; speaker phones with personal voicemail and complimentary local phone calls; and fully equipped kitchens.

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