Noble scoops up two Tampa area Marriott-branded hotels

Atlanta-based Noble Investment Group has acquired two hotels in Westshore, a business district of Tampa, Fla., in a deal totaling more than $35 million. The hotels are the 160-room Residence Inn Tampa Westshore and the TownPlace Suites Tampa Westhore Airport.

The Tampa Bay Business Journal reports that Noble paid $21.4 million for the Residence Inn and $14.32 for the TownPlace. Georgia-based McKibbon Hotel Group was the seller of both hotels.

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