Donohoe Hospitality Services Adds Three Properties to Its Growing Portfolio of Managed Hotels

The Newly Built Canopy Baltimore Harbor Point, MD, the Hyatt Place Washington, DC, National Mall, and the Homewood Suites Reston, VA

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. November 17, 2020

Thomas Penny, III, President of Donohoe Hospitality Services, a division of Donohoe, today announced the addition of three hotels to its growing portfolio. Donohoe Hospitality welcomes the newly built 156 guest room Canopy Baltimore Harbor Point, MD, the 214 guest room Hyatt Place Washington, D.C., National Mall, and the 135 guest suite Homewood Suites by Hilton, Reston, VA.

"As we navigate these unprecedented times, we believe in the long-term strength of our development and brand partners," said Penny. "Our strong corporate culture of integrity and unwavering dedication to excellence enables us to lean into our hotels to drive long term value for investors and the brands. Now more than ever ownership is seeking responsible management that brings a history of success and collaboration to achieve results. Through the tireless efforts of our senior management team and onsite staff we are winning back guests by creating welcoming and comfortable experiences as travel returns," added Penny.

In addition to the three recently added hotels, Donohoe Hospitality Services is poised for additional expansion with several more hotels expected to come online in the coming months. Since the beginning of 2020 Donohoe Hospitality has increased its portfolio by 44% and added an additional 800 guest rooms including the newly built dual branded Hampton Inn & Suites/Home2 Suites by Hilton Las Vegas.


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