Crestline reaches 100 managed properties in the U.S.

Crestline Hotels & Resorts' portfolio of managed properties has exceeded 100 hotels coast-to-coast after adding two new properties. The company now manages 100 hotels in 27 states throughout the U.S.

The two new hotels are the Courtyard Columbus Downtown in Ohio and the Hyatt House Atlanta/Cobb Galleria in Georgia. Collectively the hotels add nearly 300 rooms to Crestline’s portfolio which now totals 15,104 guestrooms. Both hotels are owned by subsidiaries of American Realty Capital Hospitality Trust. The Hyatt House also adds a new brand to the Crestline managed portfolio which includes 18 full, select and extended stay brands as well as a number of independent private label hotels, resorts and conference centers.

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“These recent additions, coupled with those announced earlier this year, optimize Crestline’s national strength," said James Carroll, president & CEO of Crestline Hotels & Resorts. "With hotels from Monterey, California to Atlanta, Ga., we are able to deploy senior management teams who are knowledgeable in diverse markets, ensuring our partners and owners individual attention and peak return on investment,” added Carroll.

 

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