Spire Hospitality Assumes Management of Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego

USA, Irving, Texas. May 13, 2021

Spire Hospitality has assumed management of the Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego.

Adjacent to the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 217, the busiest intersection in Oregon, the 179-room Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego is within walking distance of a wide range of restaurants; in proximity to Bridgeport Village, an outdoor shopping complex known for its array of exclusive restaurants and boutiques, and Kruse Woods Corporate Park, a 20-building office campus located in Lake Oswego; and a 10-minute drive from Downtown Portland.

Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Lake Oswego's amenities include complimentary WiFi, an indoor pool, a fitness center, pet-friendly rooms, a business center, free parking and more. The property has nearly 1,225 square feet of event space. There's also an on-site restaurant, The Garden Grille & Bar.

The property's owners — The Roxborough Group, LLC, AWH Partners, and West Point Partners — plan to renovate the property over the next several years, including upgrades to the lobby and public spaces, as well as a new fitness center.

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