Hospitality Ventures Management Group (HVMG) to Manage Holiday Inn Savannah Historic District

Owned by Key International, the hotel offers 127 guestrooms close to River Street and City Market

USA, Savannah, Georgia. February 11, 2020

Hospitality Ventures Management Group (HVMG), an Atlanta-based, private hotel investment, ownership and management company, today announced it has been awarded the management contract for the 127-room Holiday Inn Savannah Historic District on behalf of ownership, Key International, a Miami-based real estate investment and development company.

"With us being based in Atlanta and having twelve additional hotels throughout Georgia and North Florida, we are familiar with the marketplace and the proper positioning for the hotel," said Robert Cole, president & CEO, HVMG. "The Holiday Inn Savannah Historic District enjoys an enviable location in Historic Savannah, affording visitors quality accommodations in the heart of downtown."

Located at 520 W. Bryan St., the five floor hotel is set in the heart of Savannah's Historic District, surrounded by River Street and City Market, as well as the natural beauty of Forsyth Park. Guests can explore shops, dining and entertainment in downtown or hop on Old Savannah Trolley Tours for coveted site seeing. Hotel amenities include an outdoor pool, 24/7 fitness center, bar/lounge, full business center and 2,285 square feet of meeting space. Guest rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi and wired Internet, LCD TVs, pillowtop beds and room service.

"Key International has been successful in identifying outstanding hotels and resorts in key markets throughout the U.S.," said Shawn Gracey, executive vice president of hospitality at Key International. "Savannah continues to thrive, drawing more than eight million overnight visitors per year. Through our strategic partnership with HVMG as operator, we will continue to deliver on our company's brand promise to provide exceptional guest experiences in unique locations like this one."

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