Magnuson adds hotels in Tennessee and Texas

Magnuson Hotels is making a new addition to its Magnuson Grand portfolio with the Magnuson Grand Memphis Airport. The new hotel will take part in Magnuson Hotels' co-op marketing program to grow their local market.

“We are very excited to be welcoming Laure Marmontel, Nizan Mosery and the entire team at the Magnuson Grand Memphis Airport to the Magnuson family and look forward to a long and successful future together,” said Thomas Magnuson, CEO of Magnuson Hotels.

The Magnuson Grand Hotel Memphis Airport is located near the local airport, downtown Memphis and other attractions such as Graceland, Memphis Zoo and Historic Beale Street. The hotel is pet-friendly and includes amenities such as a fitness center, free Wi-Fi and complimentary parking.

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The Magnuson Hotel Odessa is designed for business and leisure travelers.

Magnuson also opened a new property in Odessa, Texas. The Magnuson Hotel Odessa will be located off of I-20 exit 120, and will be led by Sunny Patel and Paresh Dalal. The 54-room property offers complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi and access to a guest laundromat.

The new-build hotel is located near Music City Mall, University of Texas of the Permian Basin and Ector County Coliseum.

Headquartered in London, U.K., and Spokane Wash., Magnuson Hotels markets over 1000 hotels across six countries and three continents. The company was founded in 2003.

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