RLHC to open two hotels in Georgia and North Carolina

RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) is entering into franchise license agreements to open a Red Lion Inn & Suites in Fayetteville, N.C., and a GuestHouse Hotel in Warner Robins, Ga. The properties are expected to convert to their respective new brands during the first half of 2017.

“RLHC is very excited to add these great properties to our family of brands,” said EVP and president of global development Roger Bloss. “Backed by committed support, turnkey conversion and development programs, and innovative technology, hoteliers across North America continue to turn to RLHC to maximize their investment and enter the world of forward-thinking hospitality.”

The Fayetteville property will become the first Red Lion Inn & Suites in North Carolina. Located off I-95 and five miles from downtown Fayetteville, the hotel has 121 guestrooms and provides free Wi-Fi and hot breakfast, a fitness center, outdoor pool and business center.

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Greater Fayetteville provides cultural and entertainment amenities such as restaurants, museums, shopping, musical and sporting events, art galleries, gardens, trails and parks, in addition to nearby Fort Bragg.

The Warner Robins property will also become the first GuestHouse in Georgia. With 41 guestrooms, the hotel will offer free breakfast, access to a fitness center and close proximity to restaurants, Robins Air Force Base, the Museum of Aviation, Middle Georgia Technical College, Georgia National Fairgrounds, Macon State College and the Homer Walker Civic Center.

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