Chandler Hotel Group adds seven new properties

Chandler Hotel Group (CHG) expanded its reach by adding seven new hotel properties to its portfolio. The new properties are located in South Carolina, Texas and New Mexico, and collectively add nearly 1,200 new rooms to CHG’s cache of properties.

“We are eager to introduce these new properties to Chandler Hotel Group’s long-held, unwavering commitment to comprehensive service,” said Jared Chandler, CHG founder and CEO. “All of these properties will undergo significant upgrades, if they haven’t already, elevating the overall guest experience and creating a renewed staff investment in the property.”

The addition of the Wyndham Garden Inn in Amarillo, Texas, comes amidst a $6 million renovation for the 259-room hotel. The Wyndham property was built in the early 1980s and was previously recognized as the Ambassador Hotel. 

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The remainder of the hotel properties joining Chandler Hotel Group have already, or will experience extensive upgrades in the coming months. The group of properties includes a trio of Red Lion hotels in Farmington, Gallup and Grants, New Mexico, a Best Western in Roswell, New Mexico, a Quality Inn and Suites in Albuquerque, New Mexico and a Ramada in Columbia, South Carolina.

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