Chesapeake Hospitality Expands Management Portfolio With Two Boutique Hotels

The Peregrine Omaha Downtown, Curio Collection by Hilton and the Streamline Daytona Beach Join the Company's Roster

USA, Greenbelt, Maryland. April 07, 2021

Chesapeake Hospitality, a leading third-party hotel management company, announced today it had assumed management of two hotels: The Peregrine Omaha Downtown, Curio Collection by Hilton and the Streamline Daytona Beach. Chris Green, CEO of Chesapeake Hospitality, made the announcement.

"These hotels speak to our unwavering commitment to allowing our owners to experience what's truly possible and delivering results no matter what," said Green. "As the tourism industry begins humming again, these are the types of unique, boutique experiences that leisure travelers are more than ready for. We are proud to welcome these two historic hotels to our growing portfolio and look forward to putting our team's incredible expertise to work for them."

Following an extensive multi-year renovation, the 1914 downtown Omaha landmark Saunders-Kennedy Building was transformed into the current Peregrine Omaha Downtown, Curio Collection by Hilton, a nouvelle art deco-inspired boutique hotel. The 89-room property features Omaha's only rooftop bar The Takeoff, located on the eighth floor, offering guests stunning unobstructed views of the downtown cityscape in three directions. Inside, the hotel has an intimate ambiance and style throughout. Located on the property, The Habitat Restaurant & Lounge offers contemporary cuisine totally focused on flavor. It seats 70 guests and features two private dining rooms, hosting 10 guests each. An additional bar area offers bar and lounge seating options, giving it an open and inviting atmosphere. Peregrine takes its name from live falcons that nest atop the neighboring WoodmenLife Tower building. Various features and creative touches within the hotel pay homage to the bird, including falcon figurines in bedrooms and nests that greet guests getting off the elevator of every floor.

The Streamline Hotel, known as "The Birthplace of NASCAR" is a 44-room property overlooking A1A and the Atlantic Ocean in the heart of Daytona Beach, Fla. Following a transformative $6 million renovation project in 2017, the hotel welcomed guests back to enjoy its unique blend of modern comfort and historic charm. During renovations, a secret tunnel was discovered leading to the beach, said to be used by moonshine runners. Later it was used to escort racing legends, racing team owners and local elites to and from the hotel. Guests receive a front row seat to the hotel's rich history through photos and mementos paying tribute to its NASCAR origins. Among many exciting amenities, The Streamline Hotel features an outdoor pool open year-round, a dinner restaurant and the premiere rooftop bar offering live music. The Streamline Hotel has received the Award of Excellence from Trip Advisor and the AAA triple diamond award. It has also been recognized by the City of Daytona for preservation and beautification efforts.

For more information about Chesapeake Hospitality and its expertise, please visit www.chesapeakehospitality.com.


Peregrine Omaha Downtown Lobby
Peregrine Omaha Downtown Guest Room
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