Phoenix American Hospitality Adds Residence Inn by Marriott Cape Canaveral Cocoa Beach to Growing Portfolio

USA, Dallas, Texas. April 08, 2019

Phoenix American Hospitality has acquired an interest in a new hotel, the Residence Inn by Marriott Cape Canaveral in Cocoa Beach, Florida, and took over management of the property on March 28, 2019. With the addition of this hotel, Phoenix American Hospitality now owns 17 hotels nationwide. All 17 hotels are managed by PAH Management.

Located just one mile away from Port Canaveral, the Key West style hotel is conveniently located near popular South Florida attractions, including Cocoa Beach Pier, Kennedy Space Center, NASA and Canaveral National Seashore.

In addition, PAH Management will begin a $4.5 million property-wide renovation. The renovation will include the revitalization of all guestrooms, public areas, lobby, exterior areas updates and a new expanded fitness facility. The property updates are slated to begin Fall 2019 and will be completed early 2020.

"We are very excited to add another Florida property to our growing portfolio," said Perch Nelson, President of Phoenix American Hospitality."We look forward to a successful partnership and enhancing the performance of each property."

The Residence Inn by Marriott Cape Canaveral Cocoa Beach is located at 8959 Astronaut Boulevard, Cape Canaveral, FL 32920. For more information, please click here.


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