RAR Hospitality Assumes Management of Wave Hotel, Crimson Hotel and Stay Tucson Inn and Suites

USA, San Diego, California. February 27, 2019

RAR Hospitality, leading hotel management firm announced today that the company has taken over management of Wave Hotel and Crimson Hotel in Manhattan Beach of Los Angeles County and Stay Tucson Inn and Suites, furthering RAR's California coast and Arizona expansion. With the added independent properties, RAR's hotel portfolio includes over 20 properties ranging from full-service to select-service hotels and boutique properties in Southern California, Arizona, and Colorado. The third-party hotel management company is set to manage strategic planning and hotel operations for all three independent properties and RAR will oversee the re-brand and renovation of Stay Tucson Inn and Suites, formerly Quality Inn & Suites Tucson Airport North.

“As leaders of the Southern California and Arizona markets, we are confident that all three of these hotels will become the first-choice hotels for travelers seeking the best locations and accommodations in the area with our high-performance hotel management methods,” said Vikram Sood, Senior Vice President of Operations. “At these newly assumed properties, our expertise will only maximize hotel growth and guest stays.”

Wave Hotel and Crimson Hotel are located in a prime beach destination, offering endless outdoor activities, dining and shopping. Tucson is a business and leisure hub providing a key location nearby one of the nation's top universities.

Wave Hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of Manhattan Beach, fives miles away from the Los Angeles International Airport and just within one mile from Manhattan Beach Pier. This South Bay area boutique hotel offers 44 newly renovated, spacious rooms which include new beds, bathroom showers, flat-screen televisions and modern hardwood floors. The hotel provides complimentary continental breakfast and Wi-Fi and other amenities including an outdoor pool, hot tub and business center.

At the Crimson Hotel, 45 spacious guest rooms provide comfort and convenience to travelers visiting the South Bay area of Los Angeles. With its strategic beach location, Crimson Hotel is minutes away from Manhattan Beach Pier, Polliwog Park and Redondo Beach Pier. The hotel provides guests access to a range of amenities such as a heated pool, free parking, high-speed internet, a complimentary continental breakfast and business center. 

Stay Tucson Inn and Suites has 122 inviting guest rooms in the heart of the Sonoran Desert and is nearby many Tucson attractions including the Pima Air and Space Museum, downtown Tucson, University of Arizona, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and Biosphere II. Stay Tucson provides convenient amenities such as transportation to Tucson International Airport, an outdoor pool, free parking, fitness center, breakfast buffet and meeting rooms. 

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