Nexgen Hotels & Genuine Hospitality, LLC Opens 120-Room Four Points by Sheraton – Omaha / Midtown, NE

USA, St. Louis, Missouri. November 05, 2019

Nexgen Hotels and Genuine Hospitality, LLC has opened a new 120-room Four Points by Sheraton - Omaha / Midtown, NE. St. Louis-based hotel operator, Genuine Hospitality, LLC will manage the asset.

Developed by Nexgen Hotels, the Four Points by Sheraton - Omaha / Midtown opened October 11, 2019 and is located at 330 North 30th Street, Omaha, NE 68131. Ideally located off I-480 at the Rt-75 intersection, just 1.5 miles west from downtown Omaha and 6-miles from the Omaha International Airport. Previously a Comfort Inn, Nexgen repositioned the hotel to a Four Points by Sheraton by closing the hotel and completely renovating the entire asset, totaling $2.5M. The new hotel boasts 120 guest rooms, including 10 suites, restaurant, bar, fitness center, 600 sq. ft. of meeting space and airport shuttle.

Robert Willard, COO, President & Co-founder, Genuine Hospitality, LLC states, "We are extremely excited to bring this beautiful asset into the Genuine Hospitality family. Led by General Manager, Ed Stevens, I am confident our Four Points by Sheraton - Omaha / Midtown, NE will be a top performer in the Marriot Four Points system." The Four Points by Sheraton - Omaha / Midtown will mark the sixth opened hotel in the growing Genuine Hospitality family.

Co-founder, Kurt Furlong, Chief Revenue Officer & Principal, states, "The Four Points by Sheraton Omaha / Midtown is a terrific asset, in a great location, backed by Marriott, one of the best brands in the industry." Furlong added "With our extensive, renovation and redevelopment of this asset, we now can offer a high value product to our business and transient guest.", the Four Points by Sheraton - Omaha / Midtown will make a great addition to our growing Genuine Hospitality family."

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