Shamin Hotels acquires Hampton Inn Richmond-West

The Hampton Inn Richmond-West. Photo credit: Hilton

Mumford Company, a full-service hospitality brokerage advisory firm since 1978, completed the sale of the Hampton Inn Richmond-West in Glen Allen, Va. The hotel was acquired by Shamin Hotels.

The 135-room property is located near cultural and entertainment attractions including the Virginia State Capitol, the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Short Pump Town Center and King’s Dominion.

"We were pleased to be able to represent Cedar Inns, once again, on the sale of this property to Shamin Hotels," David Mumford, senior principal at Mumford Company, said in a statement. "Shamin's strong presence in the west end of Richmond made them a natural fit for this asset and will allow them to improve upon an already successful property and have a smooth operational transition. It was a 'win-win' for both parties."

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The Hampton Inn Richmond-West includes complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi, along with a business center, fitness center and outdoor pool.

Shamin Hotels plans to complete the Forever Young renovation on the property.

Mumford Company was established in 1978 to provide hotel brokerage services and has a team of brokerage professionals with experience in all aspects of lodging acquisitions, development, consulting and operations. The firm has an experienced sales team in regional offices across the country, including Newport News, Va.; Atlanta; Chicago; Dallas; and Washington, D.C.

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