November 18, 2020
Aimbridge Hospitality Expansion Continues
The third-party management company is adding 120 hotels in the next 120 days
Aimbridge Hospitality, the leading, global, third-party hotel management company, is on track to add 220 properties globally, including U.S., Canada, Caribbean, United Kingdom, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia/CIS.
Aimbridge Hospitality is well-positioned for expansion; during unprecedented times the Company maintained corporate support to add value for their owners. As a result, even during such a volatile year, with historic organic growth across all verticals, including the extended stay, select service, and international segments. Year to date, Aimbridge has added 128 properties to its robust portfolio and is on track to add another 120 properties in the next 120 days. Added properties include:
- Hilton Boston Downtown Faneuil Hall, MA
- The Murieta Inn and Spa, CA
- Renaissance Charleston Historic District, SC
- Hyatt House/Hyatt Place Chicago, IL
- Element Ontario, CA
- Courtyard Fort Lauderdale Beach, FL
“We are pleased to have positioned ourselves for growth, and as we leverage our scale to add value, owners are responding by adding Aimbridge as managers. Our expertise and expansive scale bring a unique advantage to both the brands and our owners,” said Aimbridge Hospitality CEO Dave Johnson.
Mike Deitemeyer, Global President of Aimbridge Hospitality, added, “Our team’s deep experience across all hospitality verticals, markets, countries, and brands has provided us the ability to continue our growth. We are pleased to be finishing the year strong thanks to our incredible people and look forward to continuing the momentum in 2021.”
Interstate Hotels & Resorts, Aimbridge Hospitality’s international division, has also expanded its senior management team with the appointment of Jean-Charles Denis to the role of Chief Operating Officer. Jean-Charles brings a unique perspective to the newly created role, overseeing operations across all Interstate’s hotels in the UK, Ireland, Europe, and Russia.