Chesapeake Hospitality Builds Portfolio of Management Contracts Amid Pandemic

USA, Greenbelt, Maryland. August 27, 2020

Chesapeake Hospitality, a leading third-party hotel management company, announced today it had assumed management of three hotels: the Hilton Garden Inn Kent Narrows in Grasonville, Md., the Wyndham Gettysburg and the Courtyard Gettysburg hotels in Gettysburg, Pa. Chesapeake Hospitality CEO Chris Green made the announcement.

Welcoming these properties to our managed estate is reflective of the company's performance and focus on relationships, both critical components for success, especially during these challenging times impacting the industry. Green, along with EVP of Strategic Development Steve Smith, are working with owners looking for expertise to navigate this unprecedented time as well as corporate stability in a management partner and ability to deliver exceptional financial results.

"These acquisitions are reflective of Chesapeake's commitment for more than 60 years to deliver results and meaningful solutions for our owners, especially today when expertise to navigate these unprecedented times is required," said Green. "Our stability, strong culture of performance and level of attention to the properties we service is unmatched."

The 90-suite Hilton Garden Inn Kent Narrows is a beautiful waterfront hotel and marina with stunning panoramic views of Kent Narrows and Eastern Bay. It's situated on Maryland's Eastern Shore, just five miles east of the Chesapeake Bay. The hotel is all suites with private balconies and stunning views. Hotel amenities include dockside dining and an indoor heated pool, plus a waterfront terrace and event space and boardwalk that overlooks the adjacent 100 slip marina which is also managed by Chesapeake.

The Wyndham Gettysburg Hotel & Conference center is part of the Gateway Gettysburg Campus, located just outside downtown Gettysburg. Its unique Federal-style architecture blends the area's stories Civil War history, with modern amenities. The property features 248 guest rooms and suites, two on-site dining options and a movie theater. An expansive 61,000 square feet of event space makes the hotel the largest venue in the area, the presidential ballroom alone can accommodate 850 guests. The hotel received the "Best of Wyndham" designation for brand-leading quality, customer satisfaction and Wyndham Rewards member support.

Conveniently located at the crossroads of US 15 and US 30 in the Gateway Gettysburg Campus, the Courtyard by Marriott Gettysburg is just 2.5 miles from the center of Gettysburg's popular historic sites and attractions. The property's 152 spacious, contemporary guest rooms, indoor pool, on-site dining options and close proximity to all attractions make it an ideal choice for visitors looking to experience historic Gettysburg in comfort and style.


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