Crestline Hotels & Resorts to Manage the Hampton Inn & Suites Silverthorne, Colorado

USA, Fairfax, Virginia. September 25, 2019

Crestline Hotels & Resorts, LLC ("Crestline"), announced today its management of the 88-guestroom Hampton Inn & Suites Silverthorne, Colo. Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, the hotel is conveniently located off I-70 and is the ideal Summit County Colorado skiing-snowboarding and year-round recreation basecamp for Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper, Arapahoe Basin, plus nearby Vail, Beaver Creek, Loveland and Winter Park. The hotel is owned by an affiliate of Summit Hotel Properties.

"The Hampton Inn & Suites Silverthorne is a small gem in the heart of the Rockies," said James Carroll, President and CEO of Crestline Hotels & Resorts. "This is our fifth hotel in Colorado as we continue to expand our footprint in the western states," added Carroll.

The Hampton Inn & Suites Silverthorne is a select-service hotel that offers a combination of guestrooms and suites all comfortably furnished with 55-inch flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and clean and fresh Hampton Beds®.

The hotel is located at 177 Meraly Way, Silverthorne, Colo. and is approximately a 1.5-hour drive from both Denver International Airport and Eagle/Vail Airport. It is easily accessed from I-70 and is connected to the Silverthorne Outlet Stores via a pedestrian walkway. The hotel offers complimentary onsite self-parking and does not charge a resort fee.

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