Hotel Equities takes over New Mexico Fairfield Inn

Hotel Equities of Atlanta recently was selected as the management firm for the newly renovated Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Alamogordo, N.M.

The hotel is located next to 2,900 square feet of convention space, and is designed to cater to both business and leisure travelers. The property is located on the edge of the Lincoln National Forest near the San Andres Mountains, as well as White Sands National Monument and Holloman Air Force Base, both within a short drive. Also nearby is the Desert Lakes Golf Course.

“We are excited to expand our management portfolio with the addition of our second property in the state of New Mexico,” said Joe Reardon, SVP of marketing and business development for Hotel Equities. “We see great potential for our partnership with this beautiful hotel in a scenic and growing area of the region. Our award-winning guest service and management expertise will deliver value to our owners.”

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Other nearby traveler attractions include the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site, and the hotel also offers access to the New Mexico Museum of Space History.  On site, guests will have access to an exercise room and an indoor pool with a spa. Hotel amenities include free Wi-Fi throughout the property and a complimentary hot and healthy breakfast served in the lobby that includes spaces to gather, relax and work.

Hotel Equities is an Atlanta-based full-service hotel ownership, management and development firm operating more than 100 hotels throughout North America.

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