Hospitality Lodging Systems adds 12 properties this year

AmeriVu Inn and Suites Wolcott (Conn.) is one of three AmeriVu hotels Hospitality Lodging Systems began operating this year. Photo credit: AmeriVu Inn & Suites

Hospitality Lodging Systems has added 12 hotels to its network of hotels so far this year. Overall, the new properties add 852 rooms to the company’s operating portfolio. The hotels largely are located in the South, but also includes a few properties in the Midwest and one in Connecticut.

Of the 12 hotels, seven fall under the Budgetel Inn & Suites brand, three under the AmeriVu Inns & Suites brand and two under the Haven Hotel brand. The seven Budgetel hotels are in Raleigh, N.C. (128 rooms); Montgomery, Ala. (108 rooms); Birmingham, Ala. (100 rooms); Fairfield, Ala. (75 rooms); Huntsville, Ala. (63 rooms); Pine Mountain Ga. (61 rooms); and Butler, Mo. (42 rooms). The three AmeriVu hotels are in Wilmington, N.C. (113 rooms); Wolcott, Conn. (37 rooms); and Park Falls, Wis. (30 rooms) The two Haven Hotels are in Columbus, Ohio (50 rooms) and Gainesville, Ga. (45 rooms).

Hospitality Lodging Systems began operating in November 2014 with 19 properties in the Budgetel brand. It added Haven in December 2014 and AmeriVu in March 2016. It now operates 65 hotels across these three brands, 39 with Budgetel, 15 with AmeriVu and 11 with Haven.

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