Prism converting three Nylos to join Tapestry Collection

The Nylo Irving/Las Colinas in Texas. Photo credit: Hilton

Prism Hotels & Resorts is converting three of the seminal Nylo hotels it manages to become part of the Tapestry Collection by Hilton.

The boutique properties include two in Texas: the 200-key Nylo Irving/Las Colinas and 176-key Nylo Plano and one in Rhode Island: the 162-key Nylo Providence/Warwick located along the Pawtuxet River.

“The addition of the three Nylo properties allows Tapestry Collection by Hilton to enter two new states, Texas and Rhode Island, and brings impressive growth to the brand’s 2018 development,” said Jenna Hackett, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.

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The hotels will maintain their design aesthetic while being renovated, which will include exterior and interior updates to public spaces, guestrooms and guest baths. In addition, technology enhancements will be implemented, including installing Hilton’s Digital Key system.

Prism will continue to work with JF Capital Advisors, which serves as strategic adviser to the owner, to lead the hotels through the conversion. The hotels expect to complete most of the work by year's end 2019.

Prism Hotels & Resorts currently manages nine Hilton properties, with three in development.

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“We are strengthening our existing brands and building new ones to appeal to the customer of tomorrow,” President/CEO Pat Pacious said.

The planned acquisition comes on the heels of two other significant investments the hospitality group recently made in Hawaii.

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