Aimbridge Hospitality's International Division Assumes Management of 31 Hotels in the United Kingdom

Interstate Hotels & Resorts Selected to Manage Jupiter Hotels' UK Portfolio

USA, Plano, TX./San Clemente, Calif., Texas. December 03, 2020

Aimbridge Hospitality, the leading, global, third-party hotel management company, has announced that its international division, Interstate Hotels & Resorts, is managing 31 Jupiter Hotels located across the United Kingdom this month, operating its entire U.K. portfolio.

Mike Deitemeyer, President and CEO-elect of Aimbridge Hospitality, said, "Aimbridge is very pleased to see continued momentum in our International division. Our deep operating acumen and vast experience across all hospitality verticals have continued to prove an asset for hotel owners in the U.K. market."

The 31-hotel portfolio includes both Holiday Inn and Accor's Mercure brands as well as two independent hotels. With the addition of these hotels, Interstate Hotels & Resort's U.K. presence expands by 3,206 guest rooms.

The team will bring access to global resources, including user data, digital marketing acumen, and new training best practices to boost results. "This is a very exciting development for Interstate, as we expand our portfolio significantly in the U.K. - a fast-growing market for us," said Nicholas Northam, Executive Vice President-International at Interstate Hotels & Resorts. "Our U.K.-based team is excited to bring their leadership skills, owner-focus, and operating acumen as a results-oriented operating partner of these properties."

Aimbridge Hospitality's International Division operates a pan-European portfolio of 160 properties, including committed pipeline, across the U.K., Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and Russia/CIS. For further information about Interstate Hotels & Resorts, visit www.interstatehotels.co.uk


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