Hotels across the country are under new management. Here’s a look:
Spire Hospitality assumes management of Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego
The Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego in Oregon is now being managed by Spire Hospitality.
Adjacent to the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 217, the 179-room Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego is near a range of restaurants, the Bridgeport Village outdoor shopping complex and Kruse Woods Corporate Park, a 20-building office campus located in Lake Oswego. The hotel is also close to Downtown Portland.
Amenities include complimentary WiFi, an indoor pool, a fitness center, pet-friendly rooms, a business center and free parking. The property has nearly 1,225 sq. ft. of event space. There’s also an on-site restaurant, The Garden Grille & Bar.
The property’s owners—The Roxborough Group LLC; AWH Partners; and West Point Partners—plan to renovate the property in the next several years, including upgrades to the lobby and public spaces, as well as a new fitness center.
Urgo Hotels & Resorts adds Moxy Miami South Beach
Urgo Hotels & Resorts has assumed management of the newly opened, 202-room Moxy Miami South Beach. Developed and owned by Lightstone, the new-build hotel marks the brand’s first resort-style property in the world.
The eight-story hotel opened in South Beach’s newly revitalized “Art Deco Historic District” in the retail, restaurant and entertainment corridor. The second-floor terrace houses a 72-ft. pool, benches in the water, tiered lounge seating and luxury private cabanas. The pool has an 8-ft., see-through cutout at the bottom, allowing swimmers to see directly into the lobby. The hotel also has an eighth-floor rooftop that provides oceanfront views facing one direction and the Miami skyline in the other, with seating and a wading pool for guests to relax and unwind.
Guests may select from six new dining exclusive concepts, focusing on Mexican, Caribbean and local flavors. Upon arrival, travelers simultaneously can order a cocktail while performing a contactless check-in at Bar Moxy.
HVMG now manages The Nautilus Inn
Hospitality Ventures Management Group (HVMG) has taken over operations of the 99-room Nautilus Inn in Daytona Beach, FL. Owned by Asante Asset Management LLC, the hotel plans to undergo a multimillion-dollar renovation scheduled to begin in August.
The property is adjacent to Daytona Beach Shores, on the family-friendly south end of Daytona Beach. Nearby attractions include Daytona International Speedway, Blue Spring State Park and Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, as well as all the nearby attractions of Central Florida. Property amenities include an oceanfront sundeck with heated pool, whirlpool and chaise lounges. Guestrooms provide fully equipped kitchens with coffeemakers, a flat-screen TV with cable, a private balcony and complimentary WiFi.