Hotel Equities to operate Seattle-area Fairfield Inn

The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Tacoma DuPont is located near the Fort Lewis military facility. Photo credit: Marriott International

Atlanta-based hotel owner, operator and developer Hotel Equities added the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Tacoma (Washington) DuPont to its portfolio of hotels. The hotel, bearing the brand’s latest design and décor, offers 500 square feet of meeting space and is located at 1515 Wilmington Drive. Northwest Lodging owns the hotel.

“We are thrilled to mark our entry into the state of Washington with the addition of this great Marriott hotel in the Tacoma DuPont area,” Joe Reardon, chief development officer for Hotel Equities, said in a statement. “Our above-property team is focused on producing high-performance results for the hotel, as well as being an active and meaningful contributor to the DuPont/Tacoma community."

“We are proud to partner with Hotel Equities to operate our Fairfield hotel,” Khalid Chaudhry, owner representative for Northwest Lodging, said in a statement. “We are confident they will manage our asset to the highest standards, delivering superior overall results that keeps guests returning.”

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The hotel is located midway between Tacoma and Olympia, with Fort Lewis located minutes away. Other attractions such as the Puget Sound, Washington’s state capitol and the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge are within a short drive of the property.

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