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Starwood Capital Group Acquires Principal Hayley Group

Starwood Capital Group Acquires Principal Hayley Group

GREENWICH, Conn.—Starwood Capital Group, a private investment firm, announced that an investment fund affiliated with Starwood has acquired Principal Hayley Group, a collection of 23 city-center hotels and training venues across the UK and Europe. Terms of the transaction were ...

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Pacific Hospitality Group Acquires Bacara Resort & Spa

Pacific Hospitality Group Acquires Bacara Resort & Spa

IRVINE, Calif.—BRS Ventures, an affiliate of Pacific Hospitality Group, announced the purchase of Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, Calif., from SB Luxury Resort, an affiliate of Ohana Real Estate Investors and Rockpoint Group, which have owned the property ...

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Hotel Adagio San Francisco to Join Autograph Collection

Hotel Adagio San Francisco to Join Autograph Collection

ANNAPOLIS, Md.—Chesapeake Lodging Trust announced that it has entered into an agreement with Marriott International with plans for its Hotel Adagio San Francisco to join Autograph Collection, Marriott International’s global collection of independent hotels. Following the trust’s multi-million dollar renovation ...

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Wyndham Strikes Deal to Brand 43 Hotels

Wyndham Strikes Deal to Brand 43 Hotels

BERLIN—Grand City Hotels, Germany’s second largest hotel management company, has entered into a strategic partnership with Wyndham Hotel Group to brand 43 hotels and over 5,400 rooms under globally recognized Wyndham brand names. Under this agreement, a third of the ...

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Vantage Adds Lexington Inn at JFK Airport

Vantage Adds Lexington Inn at JFK Airport

CLEVELAND—Located minutes from John F. Kennedy International airport, the former Clarion Hotel in Jamaica, N.Y. has joined the Lexington by Vantage family as a Lexington Inn. “I am situated very close to JFK International Airport, so it was important that ...

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