HP Hotels to Manage Hampton Inn and Suites Atlanta / Marietta

USA, Hoover, Alabama. December 06, 2022

HP Hotels, a full-service third-party hotel management company, has been chosen by Roswell, Georgia-based Welcome Group of Hospitality to manage its 104-room Hampton Inn and Suites Atlanta / Marietta. HP Hotels CEO Kerry Ranson made the announcement.

Newly built and opened in 2018, The Hampton Inn and Suites Atlanta/Marietta, at 2136 Kingston Court is situated conveniently off I-75, 15 miles from Atlanta and minutes from Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Lockheed Martin and Tesla. This 104-room property features 1,000 square feet of meeting space, a rooftop terrace and indoor pool. It is close to Kennesaw State University; The Battery Atlanta; Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves, and Marietta Square with its shops, dining, and entertainment; as well as within 10 minutes of Six Flags White Water.

The modern guest rooms and suites feature a mini-fridge, 42-inch HDTV, coffeemaker, free Wi-Fi and a work desk with ergonomic chair. Suites offer larger space, a microwave, wet bar, and sofa bed. Property amenities include a free, hot breakfast; the Suite Shop for snacks and drinks; free coffee and tea service in the lobby; a 24-hour fitness center and indoor pool.

"This is an excellent property with a great location in a thriving market. We're looking forward to managing this asset for Yogesh Patel, Rajiv Goswami and Welcome Group of Hospitality, with whom we envision an outstanding partnership going forward," Ranson said.

This assignment further strengthens the HP Hotels presence in the Atlanta market, as it marks its 7th hotel under management in the Atlanta area.

"This supports our strategy of market concentration, another great example being New Orleans, where we can support ownership with direct, in-market property support above the property level, intimately knowledgeable of a given market and able to respond quickly to changing competitive forces or issues with an individual property," Ranson added.

"We look forward to working with the entire HP Hotels team," said Welcome Group of Hospitality CEO Yogesh Patel. "HP Hotels is an owner-focused property manager with outstanding market presence in our region and is especially skilled at activating branded properties like this Hampton Inn and Suites, which features ample meeting space and a rooftop terrace."

About HP Hotels Management, Inc.

HP Hotels is a third-party management group with a portfolio of more than 25 hotels in 8 states comprised of major brands like Hilton, Marriott, InterContinental and Choice, as well as independent properties, among full service, boutique, lifestyle and upscale, select service properties. With significant expertise in operations, asset management and profitability, HP has earned preferred hotel management company status with name brand hotel chains while ranking among the Top 50 largest Hotel Management Companies in the United States.


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