IPD Hospitality picks up management of North Carolina Comfort Inn

IPD Hospitality, a third party management and consulting company, was awarded the management contract for the Comfort Inn in Franklin, N.C. This property is the second hotel in the North Carolina market to be managed by IPD. Richard Norton, IPD Hospitality’s president, made the statement.

The 60-room hotel, which consists of standard guestrooms and suites, caters to the leisure market and business travelers alike in the mountains of Western North Carolina. The hotel was recently renovated and offers a complimentary breakfast, spacious guestrooms, indoor pool, business center and Wi-Fi. 

Situated off of 441, the hotel is within close proximity to shops, restaurants and area universities. Guests can also easily access the area’s major attractions such as Harrah’s Cherokee Casino, the Biltmore Estate in Asheville and the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. Other local attractions include the Smoky Mountain Center for Performing Arts, the Angel Medical Center, Nantahala National Forest and more.

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“The Comfort Inn in Franklin is a great addition to our portfolio of hotels and we are honored to have been awarded the management contract. We look forward to our new partnership with a group of people who share our vision in providing exceptional guest experiences,” Norton said in a statement.

IPD Hospitality is a full service hospitality company delivering management, consulting sales and marketing and accounting services to the hospitality industry. IPD specializes in managing hospitality assets, particularly hotels, motels restaurants and more throughout the U.S.

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