Hotel Equities adds Texas Hampton, Residence Inn

The 111-room Residence Inn by Marriott Fort Worth (Texas) Alliance Airport features two meeting rooms, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and a business center. Photo credit: Hotel Equities

Hotel Equities has expanded its Texas presence with the addition of two Fort Worth hotels. The Hampton Inn & Suites N. Ft. Worth-Alliance Airport and the Residence Inn by Marriott Fort Worth Alliance Airport, both owned by Sagamore Capital, together add 213 rooms to Hotel Equities’ management portfolio.

The 102-room Hampton Inn & Suites features a fitness center, pool, meeting rooms and a business center. The 111-room Residence Inn, located next door, includes two meeting rooms, a fitness center, an outdoor pool and a business center. The two properties are located less than 2 miles from Alliance Airport and roughly 20 miles from DFW International Airport.

“We are confident in our decision to shift management responsibility to Hotel Equities,” Chuck Dubroff, owner of Sagamore Capital, said in a statement. “They have the expertise to provide superior service to our guests and the resources to provide our associates opportunities to grow in their careers.”

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Hotel Equities is an Atlanta-based full-scale hotel ownership, management and development firm. It operates more than 140 hotels across the United States and Canada.

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