Chandler Hotel Group launches new website

Chandler Hotel Group, a Scottsdale-based, premier brokerage and industry-leading hotel management company, unveiled an updated website. 

To complement its reimagined website, an updated logo and a new color palette, and to further specialize and segment services, Chandler Hotel Group will focus solely on hotel brokerage while Chandler Hotels will focus on management and operations, design and procurement and construction management. While the two entities are still under one ownership umbrella, the organizational adjustment allows for a more specialized approach.

“As Chandler Hotel Group continues to grow and expand to new markets and service additional properties, we felt it imperative to segment our specialties,” said Jared Chandler, Chandler Hotel Group founder and CEO. “From the beginning, we have been committed to client solutions and customer service, and this updated operational structure will help us continue to meet the high standards we set for ourselves.”

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Although under the same ownership, Chandler Hotels, will have its own online presence, with a new website at, as well as its own dedicated social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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