Crestline Hotels & Resorts grows management portfolio with five new properties

Crestline Hotels & Resorts added five hotels to its portfolio, four in Colorado and an additional property in Texas. This brings Crestline’s portfolio to 112 hotels with more than 16,400 guestrooms in 29 states and the District of Columbia. James Carroll, president & CEO of Crestline, made the announcement.

Crestline’s four new hotels in Colorado are: 

  • The 160-room Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver Airport
  • The 124-room, SpringHill Suites Denver Airport
  • The 75-room Hampton Inn Fort Collins 
  • The 120-room Hilton Garden Inn Fort Collins.

In addition, the company is adding its ninth hotel in Texas with the 139-room Hampton Inn & Suites El Paso Airport.  


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“The continued expansion of our portfolio is a result of our commitment to providing profit-focused leadership while also offering excellent service to our guests,” Carroll said in a statement. “Our management team works diligently to consistently lead their markets in RevPAR and overall performance.“

Crestline Hotels & Resorts is one of the nation’s largest independent hospitality management companies. Founded in 2000, the company presently manages 112 hotels, resorts and conference centers with more than 16,400 rooms in 29 states and the District of Columbia. Crestline manages properties under brands such as Marriott, Hilton, Intercontinental and Hyatt, as well as independent, private label hotels and conference centers throughout the United States.

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