GuestHouse International hotel opens in Springfield, Ore.

Boomerang Hotels opened its newest GuestHouse International hotel, the 140-­room GuestHouse Inn & Suites Eugene/Springfield located at 3350 Gateway Street in Springfield, Ore. 

Owned and operated by Ali's Hospitality, the hotel has newly-renovated rooms and completed both interior and exterior upgrades during its conversion to the GuestHouse International brand. The updated hotel has 32­-inch flat screen televisions in each room, new flooring and an expanded breakfast area.

“The main reason I chose GuestHouse International was the people. Everyone has been very easy to communicate with, and I feel they truly care about the brand,” said Weishan Jin, Owner of Ali’s Hospitality, LLC. “With the support of Boomerang Hotels’ franchise services group, we are ready for a successful renovation and rebranding of this hotel.”

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As part of Boomerang Hotels, the GuestHouse Inn & Suites Eugene/Springfield’s guest amenities and services include free wireless Internet connection, complimentary hot breakfast and kids stay free (in room with parent).

“We are thrilled to welcome Ali’s Hospitality, LLC to our expanding GuestHouse International brand portfolio,” said Brendan Watters, CEO of Boomerang Hotels. “Our commitment to building strong working relationships with every franchisee remains strong, and we look forward to mutual success with this addition.”

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