Amaris invests £5.6M to convert Brighton hotel to Jurys Inn

Dallas-based private equity firm Lone Star's five-month-old Amaris Hospitality Group is set to invest £5.6 million in the rebranding and refurbishment of the Waterfront Hotel in Brighton. The hotel will become the second Jurys Inn hotel in the city, and will be renamed the Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront.

The announcement is part of the group’s £100-million investment program in rebranding 22 of its 89 hotels, Buying Business Travel reports.

Amaris Hospitality CEO John Brennan said that he expects to complete the transformation of both Brighton hotels by the end of 2016. 

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