HFF arranges sale of Austin Hampton Inn

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler closed the sale of the Hampton Inn & Suites Austin Airport Hotel, a 102-room, select-service hotel adjacent to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas.

HFF marketed the property on behalf of the seller, Pendo Investments. InLight Capital purchased the asset and will self-manage the hotel. The property is near Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and the Circuit of The Americas. Completed in 2001, the hotel underwent extensive renovations in 2015. Amenities include an outdoor pool, 440 square feet of meeting space, 24-hour fitness center, business center and complimentary breakfast.

The HFF investment sales team representing the seller was led by Dan Peek, senior managing director and head of HFF’s hotel group; John Bourret, managing director; and Austin Brooks, associate director.


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The Hampton Inn & Suites Austin Airport Hotel is located one mile from Austin Bergstrom International Airport and three miles from downtown Austin. The property is also near the University of Texas, Sixth Street nightlife, the State Capitol of Texas and outdoor recreation activities. The hotel offers a daily airport shuttle service, free high-speed internet access in every guestroom and courts for both basketball and tennis. Near the property are also four area restaurants, and the hotel offers On the Run breakfast bags Monday through Friday for guests who don’t have time to sit for their first meal of the day. 

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