Tecton Hospitality Selected to Manage The Clarion Hotel & Suites in Downtown Miami

Property to Undergo $1 Million Renovation

. October 14, 2008

MIAMI, FL, July 26, 2005. Tecton Hospitality today announced that it has been selected to manage The Clarion Hotel & Suites in downtown Miami.

The 149-room hotel will maintain the same name and undergo a $1 million renovation, including new carpeting, furniture and fixtures. It will remain open during the renovations, which are scheduled to be completed by December.

"We're pleased to have been selected to manage The Clarion," said Richard Millard, chairman and CEO Tecton Hospitality. "It is a popular choice with business executives traveling to Miami because it is adjacent to the Convention Center and near the financial district."

Located at 100 SE 4th St., The Clarion is one mile from the Port of Miami and American Airlines Arena. It features high-speed Internet access, a fitness center and an outdoor pool and spa that overlooks the Miami River. For more information or reservations, call (305) 374-5100, or visit www.miamiclarionhotel.com.

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