Aimbridge Hospitality expands into Mexico
Industry

Aimbridge Hospitality expands into Mexico

Mexico: Aimbridge Hospitality has acquired Grupo Hotelero Prisma, a third-party operator in Mexico. Aimbridge Hospitality has gained management of 42 of Prisma’s properties, totalling over 7,500 rooms. A few properties include Westin Monterrey, JW Marriott Monterrey, JW Marriott Guadalajara, and Tribute Tulum. Ambridge co founder, Dave Johnson, transitioned from CEO to executive

IHM’s travel and hospitality A-Z for 2022
Features

IHM’s travel and hospitality A-Z for 2022

The editorial team at International Hospitality Media (George Sell, Paul Stevens and Eloise Hanson) have compiled an A-Z list of what to watch out for in the travel and hospitality industries this year.

Evolution Hospitality to operate Hotel 1000 Seattle
Hotel

Evolution Hospitality to operate Hotel 1000 Seattle

US: The lifestyle operating division of Aimbridge Hospitality, Evolution Hospitality, has been selected to operate the luxury Hotel 1000 Seattle. Lighthouse Investments and ESI Ventures, with equity financing from Kildare Partners, has acquired the property which is located in downtown Seattle. It was previously owned and operated by Loews Hotels

Movers and Shakers

Davidson Hospitality Group adds to leadership team

US: Davidson Hospitality Group has named Paul Eckert as senior vice president of operations, and Todd Stein as corporate executive chef of Davidson Restaurant Group. Eckert joins the team from Aimbridge Hospitality where he served as vice president of operations for three years. Prior to this he spent nearly three

Autograph Collection announces Chicago opening
Hotel

LaSalle Hotel to join Autograph Collection

US: The Prime Group, Inc. and Aimbridge Hospitality will open The LaSalle Hotel in Chicago’s financial district in early February next year. Designed by DiLeonardo International and Chipman Design Architecture, the hotel includes 232 rooms and suites, a restaurant and lounge, a library and solarium, a fitness centre, and over

Industry

Songy Highroads buys two Florida Keys hotels

US: Developer Songy Highroads has bought two Florida hotels which it will upgrade and re-flag. The Atlanta-based developer has acquired two hotels in the Florida Keys village of Islamorada, in a joint venture with Washington, DC-based The Wardman Group. The first hotel is the Harbor Lights Motel, a 37-room waterfront property