HREC arranges sale of Virginia Comfort Inn

HREC Investment Advisors arranged the sale of the 129-room Comfort Inn located in Lorton, Va.

Kevin Hanley (SVP – Washington, D.C.), Ketan Patel (SVP – Washington D.C.) exclusively represented the owner of the property in the sale.

"The sale of the Comfort Inn Lorton is reflective of the broad investor interest of the greater Washington D.C. lodging market and specific interest in hotel assets in the dynamic suburban DC submarkets," Hanley said in a statement.

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The Comfort Inn Gunston Corner in Lorton is approximately 15 miles from downtown Washington D.C. Lorton is a rapidly growing D.C suburb, and is located near numerous businesses, organizations and government agencies. The hotel is proximate to Fort Belvoir Army Base and is located along the I-95 corridor on the south side of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

The property is near attractions such as the Arlington Cemetery, National Mall, Smithsonian Museum, White House, the U.S. Capitol, George Mason University and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The hotel is also located near the Potomac Mills Outlet Mall, Laurel Hill Golf Course, Springfield Town Center, George Washington's Mount Vernon and Gunston Hall. The property provides free Wi-Fi, parking, an outdoor pool, fitness center and meeting rooms. The hotel also offers a free breakfast, and guestrooms are equipped with coffee makers, irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, microwaves, refrigerators and flat-screen TVs.

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