Arkansas Welcomes Opening of Magnuson Hotel Little Rock South

USA, Little Rock, Arkansas. May 20, 2020

Magnuson Hotels, a top 20 global brand, announced the branding of the Magnuson Hotel Little Rock South in Little Rock AR.

Formerly affiliated with Choice Hotels, the 90 room Magnuson Hotel Little Rock South will upgrade its market position to attract travellers as a member of a top 20 global chain with over 65,000 hotels and 700 airlines on its worldwide booking platform www.magnusonhotels.com.

The Magnuson Hotel Little Rock South is located close to Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, University of Arkansas Little Rock, River Market, Little Rock Convention Center, William J. Clinton Library, the Museum of Discovery, and the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum.

The Magnuson Hotel Little Rock South offers a wide range of upper midscale amenities including free continental breakfast, refrigerators, microwaves, cable/satellite tv, and free high-speed internet access

"We are so proud to be working with Mr. Mahesh Patel and his team in Little Rock," stated company CEO Thomas Magnuson, "we look forward to helping this hotel become one of the most active centers in the Little Rock area."

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