Hospitality Lodging Systems opens Haven Inns in Atlanta, Houston

Hospitality Lodging Systems opened Haven Inn & Suites properties in Houston and Atlanta.

Hospitality Lodging Systems opened two new Haven Inn & Suites: A 140-room conversion in the Atlanta suburb of Stone Mountain and a 39-room, newly built property in the Willowbrook neighborhood of Houston’s northwestern suburbs.

The hotel in Texas has a two-floor, exterior corridor design. It is located near numerous corporate offices, as well as the 312-bed Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital; the Sam Houston Race Park, site of horse racing and music concerts; and the Willowbrook Mall, a 161-store regional shopping complex.

This Haven Inn is the second to open in Houston this year, with the first being a 42-room property that opened in March roughly 8 miles from downtown. Both hotels are new construction and are related in ownership.

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In Georgia, the new Haven Inn is convenient to corporate, medical and educational facilities. It is also adjacent to the state’s number one attraction -- Stone Mountain Park, a 3,200-acre site for activities such as camping, hiking, festivals, concerts and laser light shows.

“We introduced the Haven brand in December of 2014 to offer comfortable, attractive accommodations at an affordable price,” Doug Collins, chairman and CEO of HLS, said in a statement. “It’s a message that is attracting both budget-conscious travelers and ROI-minded owners.”

Atlanta-based HLS operates a total of 48 hotels under its three brands – Budgetel Inns & Suites, AmeriVu Inns & Suites and Haven Inns & Suites.

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