Azul Hospitality Group and Rebel Hospitality have recently added properties to their management portfolios.
Azul Hospitality Group adds eight hotels to portfolio
Azul Hospitality Group has added all eight California-based Seaview Investor hotels to its growing portfolio of managed assets.
“Azul’s success is due in large part to our strategic partnerships,” said Rick Mansur, president/CEO, Azul Hospitality Group. “We are honored to have a leading investor like Seaview as a partner. With the improving industry conditions, along with our ability to drive efficient and innovative hospitality operations, we are confident that we will maximize their investment returns.”
The eight-property 1,403-room portfolio includes
- AC Hotel by Marriott Beverly Hills in Los Angeles
- Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles LAX/Century Boulevard
- Embassy Suites by Hilton LAX North in Los Angeles
- H Hotel Los Angeles, Curio Collection by Hilton
- Homewood Suites by Hilton Los Angeles International Airport
- Hotel Trio in Healdsburg
- Residence Inn by Marriott Beverly Hills in Los Angeles
- Residence Inn by Marriott Los Angeles at LAX
“We are pleased to partner with Azul, which will give our properties access to a strategic, data-driven, and analytical team,” said Bob Alter, president/founder, Seaview Investors LLC. “They are a natural fit for our portfolio and will bring the operational expertise to continue to elevate these assets to the top of their respective markets.”
Rebel Hospitality to manage St. James Hotel Selma
The St. James Hotel, a historic hotel property in Selma, AL, and part of Tapestry Collection by Hilton, has selected Rebel Hospitality, the hotel management division of Capstone Equities, for hotel management services.
The 55-room hotel, located adjacent to the Alabama River and the Edmund Pettus Bridge, was built in 1835 and is the only surviving antebellum riverfront hotel in the country.
The property was redeveloped by Rhaglan Hospitality LLC, and the Woodforest CEI-Boulos Opportunity Fund. Rhaglan’s experience in development and hotel management totals more than $200 million of completed commercial buildings, including numerous core branded hotels totaling more than 850 rooms, with a focus on historic preservation.
“As Rebel Hospitality continues its rapid growth, it is important to us to partner with property owners that reflect our values,” said Brian Sparacino, president/CEO of Rebel Hospitality. “In our partnership with the St. James Hotel and the ownership team at Rhaglan we have an opportunity to elevate a unique historic property that is not only located at the epicenter of the American Civil Rights movement but is poised to be a catalyst to the Selma community, its economy and the regional travel market.”