Aqua Hospitality and Aston Hotels rebrand as Aqua-Aston Hospitality

Hawaii-based hotel management companies Aqua Hospitality and Aston Hotels & Resorts – both operating businesses of Interval Leisure Group – announced the group will now operate under the Aqua-Aston Hospitality banner.

“With the integration of two experienced hotel management companies, we believe that our rich expertise developed during a combined 80 years in the industry will greatly benefit our owners, guests, employees and travel partners,” said Kelvin Bloom, president of Aqua-Aston Hospitality parent company Aqua-Aston Holdings.

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Matt Bailey, president and COO of Aqua-Aston Hospitality, said a natural part of the integration process has also been to develop a refreshed identity. “Operating under the Aqua-Aston Hospitality banner, we now have a new look and have further differentiated our five brands. We want everyone to know our biggest strength, that we offer a robust portfolio of hotels for all.”

The group’s five brands are:

  • Aston Hotels & Resorts, a provider of hotels, condominium resorts and villas in Hawaii and U.S. mainland locations.
  • Aqua Hotels and Resorts.
  • Lite Hotels, a collection of economy properties.
  • Instinct Hotel Collection – formerly known as Monogram.
  • Maui Condo & Home.

 

 

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