Crestline Hotels & Resorts Adds Two Hotels to Management Portfolio

USA, Fairfax, Virginia. April 28, 2020

James Carroll, President and CEO of Crestline Hotels & Resorts, LLC ("Crestline") announced that it has been appointed to manage two additional hotels: the 129 guestroom Hampton Inn Birmingham/Mountain Brook in Birmingham Alabama and the 65 guest suite Homewood Suites by Hilton in Augusta, Georgia.

The Hampton Inn Birmingham/Mountain Brook is located at 2731 US Highway 280 South, Birmingham, AL. Tucked into the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, and only four miles from downtown Birmingham, the hotel is the perfect base to navigate this dynamic city. It is in close proximity to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and the newly re-imagined historic downtown. The hotel features a 460 square foot meeting room, complimentary hot breakfast, Wi-Fi, a fitness center and a business center. The hotel is 7.5 miles from Birmingham International Airport and easily accessed from I-20 via Highway 280.

The Homewood Suites by Hilton Augusta is located at 1049 Stevens Creek Road, Augusta, GA. A sanctuary in the suburbs of Augusta, the hotel is in close proximity to Augusta National and Goshen Plantation golf clubs as well as the City's Riverwalk and Morris Museum of Art. Enjoy a daily hot breakfast, an evening social, a business center, complimentary Wi-Fi, and an outdoor swimming pool. Each guest suite is equipped with a full kitchen and complimentary grocery delivery is available. There is also a 384 square foot meeting room. The hotel is 16 miles from Augusta Regional Airport and easily accessed from I-20.

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