Donohoe Hospitality Services Selected to Manage Courtyard by Marriott Bethesda Chevy Chase, MD

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. January 26, 2021

Thomas Penny, III, President of Donohoe Hospitality Services, a division of Donohoe, announced the addition of the Courtyard by Marriott Bethesda Chevy Chase to its growing portfolio. The 226 guestroom hotel is conveniently located near the National Institutes Health, American University, and vibrant downtown Bethesda.

"The Courtyard Bethesda Chevy Chase is the fifth property we have added to our growing management portfolio in 2020 despite the unprecedented challenges," said Penny. Our vision remains focused on the long-term strength of our development and brand partners as we prepare to get COVID-19 in our rear-view mirror. Despite radical market changes, Donohoe and its associates continue to lean into our strong corporate culture of integrity and unwavering dedication to excellence. It is this strength, coupled with our reputation with investors and the brands, that is fueling the momentum to grow even in a distressed market," added Penny.

As 2021 gets underway, Donohoe Hospitality Services is poised for additional expansion with several more hotels expected to come online in the coming months. During the past year Donohoe Hospitality Services has increased its portfolio by 52% and added an additional 981 guest rooms including the newly built Canopy by Hilton Baltimore Harbor Point.

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