Daly Seven Acquires Hilton Garden Inn Roanoke in Virginia

USA, Greensboro, North Carolina. June 13, 2019

Daly Seven, Inc. announces acquisition of the company's 40th hotel, the Hilton Garden Inn Roanoke. The 80,000-square-foot, 117-room hotel offers travelers stunning views of the Roanoke Valley from the south-side of Roanoke, VA in the upscale community of South Peak.

"We chose the Hilton Garden Inn Roanoke because we have considerable experience working with Hilton, and we are confident in our ability to successfully manage this beautiful hotel." The hotel marks the fourth Hilton Garden Inn in the Daly Seven hotel portfolio, with two other properties in Greensboro and one in Raleigh, NC.

"We have a long history of operating hotels in the Roanoke area, beginning in 1988, and presently with our Fairfield Inn by Marriott Roanoke Hollins/I-81 in Northeast Roanoke," says Chairman of the Board, Bob Daly. "We have continued to see Roanoke's potential for growth, both in the medical research sector and as a tourism destination, and expect to see further development in these areas in the years to come. The Hilton Garden Inn's location, within 3 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway and Carilleon Clinic Memorial Hospital, will allow Daly Seven to tap into these growing markets."

"We are proud to expand our overall footprint in the Roanoke Market, and believe that the Hilton Garden Inn's upscale design and large meeting space allows us to access a new client base within the area."

Located in South Peak, Roanoke's luxury lifestyle community, the Hilton Garden Inn Roanoke hotel is conveniently located near the primary business corridor of Roanoke County and is just a short drive from downtown Roanoke and the Roanoke/Blacksburg Regional Airport. This Roanoke, VA hotel will appeal to conferences, training sessions, reunions, and weddings due to its upscale venue.

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