Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods Completes Renovation in Colorado Springs

USA, Colorado Springs, Colorado. June 10, 2020

Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, Colo. has completed a renovation of its 124 guest rooms including newly remodeled bathrooms as well as new paint, furniture and fixtures. Since 2016, San Diego-based RAR Hospitality has been managing the branded hotel including its renovation and in February 2020, Chicago-based hotel management company, Hostmark Hospitality Group assumed RAR's hotel collection including Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods, managing the completion of the renovation.

The hotel assumption of Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods is part of Hostmark Hospitality's strategic West Coast expansion. Hostmark Hospitality Group recently acquired RAR Hospitality's branded and independent hotels, expanding the hotel management group's portfolio to 40 hotels and a total of 5,000 rooms nationwide. Led by third-generation hotelier, President and CEO Jerome Cataldo, former RAR Hospitality executives Cameron Lamming and Vikram Sood joined Hostmark Hospitality to continue overseeing the firm's newly assumed properties in Colorado, Arizona, and California.

In an effort to provide a comfortable, welcoming experience for its guests, the hotel is set to complete renovation in May 2020, completely updating all guest rooms with a fresh, new look including premium pillow top mattresses, high-definition televisions, and device recharge capabilities. "We are proud to debut these guest room upgrades and are confident they will further enhance our guests' experience on property," said Senior Vice President of Hostmark Hospitality Group Vikram Sood.

Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods is affordable, enjoyable and great for business travel, a weekend getaway or a vacation. Quality Inn hotels offer more than the typical affordable hotel where guests get exceptional value with their "Value Qs" including premium bedding, refreshing showers, complimentary breakfast, professional, friendly service and free Wi-Fi.

The Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods is in close proximity to Colorado Springs' top attraction — the Garden of the Gods Park with iconic red-sandstone formations and mountain views and adjacent to Colorado Technical University. The hotel has quick access to Interstate 25 for short drives to the United States Olympic Training Center, Old Colorado City, Seven Falls or any of the city's numerous attractions, entertainment venues and outdoor activities.

Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gods is located at 555 W. Garden of Gods Road in Colorado Springs.

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