RAR Hospitality to manage the SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western El Cajon

The SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western El Cajon. Photo credit: Best Western Hotels & Resorts

RAR Hospitality acquired the hotel management contract for the SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western El Cajon, Calif.

The management contract for the hotel brings RAR Hospitality’s portfolio to 19 hotels serving Southern California, Arizona and Colorado. Headquartered in San Diego, the hotel management firm is overseeing the conversion of the property from a Best Western Courtesy Inn to a Best Western SureStay Plus.

“RAR Hospitality is proud to grow its local presence in San Diego County with the addition of the SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western El Cajon,” Bob Rauch, CEO and president of RAR Hospitality, said in a statement. “Our team has unmatched branded property expertise and we’re thrilled to welcome this hotel into the RAR family.”

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The 47-room SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western El Cajon is located less than a mile from the Interstate 8, where guests can easily access San Diego's most popular attractions such as SeaWorld, San Diego Zoo, the Gaslamp District, Old Town, La Jolla and Pacific Beach. Guests have access to a range of comfortable amenities such as a 24-hour front desk, complimentary full breakfast, free wireless internet, free parking, a business center, an outdoor pool, a hot tub, flat-screen televisions and cable television programming. 

RAR Hospitality has been active for more than 25 years. Founded by Bob Rauch, RAR Hospitality is headquartered in San Diego and has a hotel presence in Southern California, Arizona and Colorado. RAR’s clients include boutique, branded and independent hotels.

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