LHR Hospitality to develop, manage Minnesota DoubleTree

LHR Hospitality Management was selected to manage the new DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in St. Paul, Minn., and will provide hotel development expertise during the Hotel’s construction. The new hotel will be located on the eastern gateway to the University of Minnesota campus at 501 Huron Boulevard.  LHR Hospitality is a hotel management company with hotels in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa.

“We are thrilled to introduce this project to Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota. This will be a high-profile hotel near the area’s leading attractions,” said Doug Rohde, president of LHR Hospitality. “At LHR, we are committed to delivering a valued product to the market, with genuine good old-fashioned service, and the amenities guests need to stay productive on the road.”


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LHR Hospitality and CPM Development are in the process of developing a DoubleTree Hotel with 140 guestrooms and suites, 5,000 square feet of meeting space, full service restaurant and bar, fitness center, and indoor pool. Located at the east entrance of the U of M and just blocks from the new Ambulatory Care Center and the New Light Rail station, the Hotel is convenient to many of the University Of Minnesota hot spots such as the U of M Hospital, TCF Bank Stadium, Williams Arena, Mariucci Arena, U of M Aquatics Center and the McNamara Alumni Center. It is only a short train ride to the new Minnesota Vikings Stadium, Minnesota Twins Stadium and Downtown Minneapolis and 20 minutes from the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport (MSP).

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