The Hotel Group, a leading national hotel management and investment company, announced today the addition of the four-story Home2 Suites by Hilton Yakima - Airport, Wash., to its growing portfolio. The property began construction in late 2017, and is scheduled to open Spring 2019. The hotel is being designed to host families and sports teams, along with business and leisure travelers.
The property is being developed by Yakima-based Hogback Development, and will consist of 107 studios with one-bedroom suites and kitchenettes. The Home2 Suites by Hilton Yakima Airport is designed to appeal to “savvy cost-conscious travelers staying a few months or a few nights.” Other amenities will include a swimming pool, fitness center, guest laundry, meeting facilities, indoor and outdoor lounges and free breakfast.
“We look forward to working with our partner, Hogback Development on this exciting new Home2Suites in the growing Yakima market,” Douglas Dreher, CEO and president of The Hotel Group, said in a statement. “The hotel’s central location, west of Union Gap and downtown Yakima, makes it the perfect place for both business and leisure travelers alike. We are pleased to provide best in class operational and marketing experience with an ownership group who shares in our vision of hospitality greatness.”
The Home2 Suites by Hilton Yakima Airport will be located in Rainer Square, which has been radically transformed by Hogback Development from an under-developed and under-utilized 1960s style-center to the vibrant mix of restaurants, retail and commercial business it has become today. The property is less than a mile from Yakima Air Terminal, Yakima Valley Community College, SOZO Sports Complex and Virginia Memorial Hospital.
The Hotel Group is a nationally recognized leading hotel management and investment company. Since its inception in 1984, THG has managed and/or owned more than 125 properties in 25 states representing over 20 brands, directed the design and construction of nearly 50 new hotels and completed the acquisition of nearly $200 million in private investment through the Hotel Group Opportunity Funds.