RAR Hospitality to manage Phoenix/Tempe Hampton Inn

San Diego-based hotel management and acquisitions company, RAR Hospitality, picked up management of the Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix/Tempe – ASU Area. This is the fifth Arizona hotel to join RAR Hospitality's management portfolio in nine months.

“Tempe is a strong corporate and meetings market and a destination for business and leisure travel,” said Bob Moore, VP of operations for RAR Hospitality. “With RAR’s strong background with Hilton, the addition of a Hampton Inn & Suites is a natural progression for our company as we continue our impressive growth in the hospitality sector.”

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RAR Hospitality manages the four-floor,117-room Hampton Inn & Suites, and owns four other chained-brand hotels in Arizona. The hotel offers two meeting rooms with a 1,000-square-foot space for conferences and corporate meetings. The company manages 40 employees including appointed GP Pilar Spresser.

The Hampton Inn & Suites Phoenix/Tempe – ASU Area opened its doors at the end of January 2015 just in time for the Super Bowl, Waste Management Phoenix Open and Cactus League’s spring training season.

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