McKibbon Hospitality to Manage Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Downtown

Tampa, FL. February 07, 2018 -

McKibbon Hospitality, an award-winning leader in the hotel development and management industry, announced today that it will manage the Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Downtown, now owned by Apple Hospitality REIT. The new management contract expands McKibbon Hospitality’s presence in Atlanta, where it currently manages the Home2 Suites Atlanta Downtown, and adds a sixth Hampton Inn & Suites to its portfolio.

“The McKibbon team is pleased to add the Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Downtown to our growing hotel management portfolio,” said Randy Hassen, president of McKibbon Hospitality’s hotel management division. “The hotel meets all of the criteria we look for in new management opportunities – it is a trusted brand located in a prime area within a high-demand market. We also look forward to working with one of our valued hotel owners, Apple Hospitality REIT, on this exciting project.”

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta-Downtown is located within walking distance of the CNN Center, Phillips Arena, Centennial Olympic Park, and other iconic local attractions. The more than 90-year-old building provides a charming, historic retreat with the comfort of modern amenities. It boasts 119 guest rooms and suites, flexible meeting space for up to 75 guests, and daily amenities including complimentary hot breakfast, Wi-Fi in every room, and an onsite fitness center.

In the Atlanta area, McKibbon is also currently developing the Hampton Inn & Suites Atlanta Buckhead, set to open in early summer 2018. The hotel will be part of the Buckhead Place development.

To learn more about McKibbon Hospitality, visit www.mckibbon.com. For more information about the Hampton Inn Suites Atlanta-Downtown, visit here.

About McKibbon Hospitality

Headquartered in Tampa, FL and Gainesville, Ga., McKibbon Hospitality creates memorable hospitality experiences that inspire brand and property loyalty. It’s how we’ve grown into one of the largest (and most awarded) hotel development and management companies in the country. We build, renovate and manage properties across the country for Marriott, Hilton, Starwood and other iconic hospitality brands. From hand-picking urban sites to imagining the just-for-you details of a guest experience, from overseeing operations to bringing a brand to life, and everything in between, McKibbon shapes inclusive hospitality development. Visit McKibbon.com to learn more.

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