Charlestowne Hotels to manage independent Florida hotel

The Atlantic Hotel & Spa features two dining options, a spa, a 24-hour gym and a heated outdoor pool. Photo credit: Charlestowne Hotels

Charlestowne Hotels took over management of The Atlantic Hotel & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The 109-suite hotel marks the operator’s third independent property in Florida, joining The Collector Luxury Inn & Gardens in St. Augustine and The Moorings Village in Islamorada.

The Atlantic Hotel & Spa features two dining options, a spa, a 24-hour gym and a heated outdoor pool. Its oceanfront suites include kitchenettes and private terraces. The hotel is a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts portfolio.

“Boutique property management is a passion for our team, and we understand the intricacies that can make or break a hotel’s profitability,” Michael Cady, VP of marketing at Charlestowne Hotels, said in a statement. “Fort Lauderdale is a strong market, and you need to be more than a beautiful oceanfront hotel to compete. We aim to showcase The Atlantic as a go-to destination by bringing the city’s culture, design and culinary offerings to life as soon as guests click on the website or step inside the hotel.” 

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Charlestown Hotels manages both independent inns and resorts, as well as franchised hotels and condos. As of June 30, it operates 4,254 guestrooms across 46 properties.

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