HP Hotels to operate the Best Western Plus in Dania Beach, Fla.

The Best Western Plus Fort Lauderdale Airport South in Dania Beach, Fla.

HP Hotels, a full-service third-party hotel management company, has been awarded the management contract for the 155-room Best Western Plus Fort Lauderdale Airport South in Dania Beach, Fla. The property is owned by IRAS Group. Charles Oswald, president and COO of HP Hotels, made the announcement.

The 155-room Best Western Plus hotel is adjacent to Interstate 95 and is close to the Florida beaches, Port Everglades cruise terminals and the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. The hotel’s rooms offer microwaves, refrigerators, 32 inch flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. During the high season, the hotel hosts an onsite cocktail lounge Monday-Thursday.

“We see Florida as a market that is ripe for growth,” Oswald said in a statement. “The Best Western Plus in Dania Beach enhances our presence there and enables us to bolster our assets and resources to position us for portfolio expansion in the Sunshine State.”


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HP Hotels is a third-party management group with a portfolio of more than 40 hotels in 17 states comprised of Hilton, Marriott, InterContinental, Choice, and independent full-service, lifestyle and select-service hotels. HP has earned preferred hotel management company status with name brand hotel chains while ranking among the Top 50 largest Hotel Management Companies in the United States

Celebrating more than 70 years of hospitality, Best Western Hotels & Resorts is a global collection of hotels located in more than 100 countries and territories.

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