Davidson Hotels & Resorts Grows Midwestern Footprint With Addition of Two Hotels

Leading Management Company Tapped by National Real ESTate Advisors, LLC to Operate the Historic Peoria Marriott Pere Marquette and Courtyard by Marriott Peoria Downtown

USA, Atlanta, Georgia. December 17, 2020

Award-winning hospitality management company, Davidson Hotels & Resorts, has been tapped by National Real Estate Advisors, LLC (National) to manage the Peoria Marriott Pere Marquette and Courtyard by Marriott Peoria Downtown. Situated in the business and entertainment district of downtown Peoria, Ill., the hotels are within walking distance of Caterpillar World Headquarters, OSF, Unity Point Methodist Hospitals, Peoria Civic Center and the celebrated Peoria RiverFront.

With new management oversight, the historic Peoria Marriott Pere Marquette will undergo a renovation to refresh and modernize all guest rooms and public spaces, bringing the hotel in line with the latest global vision for Marriott Hotels. Davidson now operates seven hotels within the state of Illinois, reinforcing a robust Midwestern presence with existing properties in Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Ohio.

"We are privileged to be granted the opportunity to expand upon our partnership with National with the addition of these two distinctive hotels," said Davidson Hotels & Resorts President Thom Geshay. "Through our purposeful and relentless approach to operations, we look forward to creating and maximizing asset value for our partners while simultaneously delivering comfortable and enriching experiences for both business and leisure travelers."

"During an unprecedented time in our industry, it was imperative to identify a management solution with a dedicated focus on operational efficiencies, quality asset stewardship and a genuine caring for our guests," said Jeffrey Kanne, President and CEO of National. "Based on our current experience with Davidson, we are confident that the team will have a palpable impact on the financial success of both properties and the future is bright."

The full-service Peoria Marriott Pere Marquette invites guests to let their minds travel with 286 elegant rooms, including 35 luxury suites; more than 18,000 square feet of meeting space; an indoor lap pool and whirlpool, 24-hour fitness center and business center; complimentary local shuttle service, and three dining outlets including the award-winning Table 19 restaurant. The adjacent 116-room Courtyard by Marriott Peoria Downtown provides a sophisticated yet comfortable environment with welcoming spaces from day to night. Amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi; a 24-hour fitness center; indoor lap pool, and The Bistro onsite restaurant for breakfast and dinner service. The hotels are connected via skywalk to the Peoria Civic Center, which plays host to concerts, tradeshows, sporting events, and exhibitions throughout the year.

For more information about Peoria Marriott Pere Marquette and Courtyard Peoria Downtown, please visit https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/piamc-peoria-marriott-pere-marquette/ and https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/piadt-courtyard-peoria-downtown/.



Tags: davidson hotels & resorts, hotel management, hospitality management, national real estate advisors llc, peoria, illinois

About Davidson Hospitality Group

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Carrie Drost
Director, Communications
Davidson Hotels & Resorts
T: +1 470-799-6053
E: cdrost@davidsonhotels.com
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