Spire Hospitality Adds The Grove Resort & Water Park in Orlando, Fl to Management Portfolio

USA, Irving, Texas. August 08, 2022

Spire Hospitality, a nationally recognized third-party hotel management company, has assumed management of the resort operations for The Grove Resort & Water Park, an upscale family resort located on 106 acres near Orlando, FL.

The Grove Resort & Water Park consists of 878 two- and three-bedroom condominiums, nearly all enrolled in the property's rental management program. The property has four food and beverage outlets, a seven-acre water park, three full-sized swimming pools, a full-service spa, a meeting center with 6,000 square feet of meeting space, a children's activity center, an arcade, and a fitness center. The resort is on Lake Austin, an 18-acre resort amenity, and in close proximity to Disney World® Theme Parks, Universal Orlando, and Sea World.

"We are thrilled to add The Grove Resort & Water Park to our diverse portfolio of branded hotels and independent resort properties," said Chris Russell, CEO of Spire Hospitality. "We continue to build our portfolio with the right properties that will benefit from our focus on culture, guest and employee experiences, dynamic and creative revenue generation, and profit for our owners."

With the addition of The Grove Resort & Water Park, Spire has a total of 30 properties. Other recent additions to Spire's portfolio include two Lifestyle hotels, The Leta Hotel in Goleta, CA, and Villa Florence Hotel in San Francisco's Union Square; and a select-service hotel, Hilton Garden Inn Fremont Milpitas in Fremont, CA.

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