Aimbridge Hospitality Announces it is Managing the Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas/ Richardson

The Hotel Management Giant Has Been Tapped to Manage the 101-Room Property.

USA, Plano, Texas. February 09, 2021

Aimbridge Hospitality, the leading, global, third-party hotel management company, has been awarded the management of the 101-room Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas/Richardson by owner Armadale Capital.

Located in the heart of the Telecom Corridor off US-75 and near I-35, the Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas/Richardson is minutes from major tech companies including Ericsson, Samsung, and Texas Instruments. Additionally, the property is conveniently located near The Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Sherrill Park Golf Course.

"We are thrilled to be working with the Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas/Richardson and its ownership," said Simon Mendy, Executive Vice President of Operations, Aimbridge Hospitality. "We are confident that our extensive experience and operating acumen will benefit the property, and we will ensure it will operate to the absolute highest standards."

Additional amenities include free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, business center, free parking, digital keys, and meeting rooms.

The Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas/Richardson is located at 2250 N. Glenville Drive, Richardson, Texas 75082. For reservations, visit https://www.hilton.com/en/hotels/daldrhx-hampton-suites-dallas-richardson/.


About Aimbridge Hospitality

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Kellie McCrory
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MCA Group
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