TAMPA, Fla./RALEIGH, N.C.—Concord Hospitality Enterprises announced that it has taken over management of a three-hotel portfolio in Tampa, Fla., recently acquired by MIG Real Estate. The hotels include the 100-room Residence Inn Tampa Suncoast Parkway at North Pointe Village, the 99-room Courtyard Tampa Oldsmar and the 78-room Residence Inn Tampa Oldsmar.
“MIG has an eye for sourcing quality assets in desirable markets,” said Mark Laport, CEO of Concord, in an announcement. “Tampa has year-round demand generators that make it a compelling market for us, and these hotels compete very effectively in their submarkets. We welcome the opportunity to expand our presence in the Tampa Bay area and appreciate MIG’s recognition that we already are there.”
The Residence Inn Tampa Suncoast Parkway is a designated Florida “Green Lodging Hotel,” with a 24-hour fitness center, fire pit and heated pool, as well as a sports court and 2,600 square feet of meeting space. The Courtyard Tampa Oldsmar is equidistant between the Tampa and Clearwater/St. Petersburg airports at the top of Tampa Bay. The hotel is close to Tampa Bay Downs, the Ed Radice Sports Complex, Raymond James Stadium, and many of the other attractions. The Residence Inn Tampa Oldsmar lies adjacent to the Courtyard Tampa Oldsmar. Consistent with the Residence Inn brand, the hotel offers a complimentary, hot breakfast daily and regularly-scheduled managers receptions most evenings.