ARC Hospitality Trust Turns Over 13 Hotels for Crestline to Manage

September 2, 2015

ARC Hospitality Trust Turns Over 13 Hotels for Crestline to Manage

By Erika Morphy | Washington, DC

One of ARC Hospitality’s first purchases: the Courtyard Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore

FAIRFAX, VA—American Realty Capital Hospitality Trusthas transferred another 13 hotels to Crestline Hotels & Resorts to manage. These hotels include full, select and extended stay properties under the Marriott, Hilton, Hyattand IHG family of flags. They are located in eight states and add 1,493 guestrooms to Crestline’s management portfolio.

Earlier this year, Crestline added 34 properties to its portfolio in conjunction with ARC Hospitality’s acquisition of theEquity Inns portfolio from Goldman Sachs.

Crestline has been ARC Hospitality’s property manager and sub-property manager since its first acquisition last March. ARC Hospitality entered the market with a splash, acquiring  the fee simple interests in the Courtyard Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, the Courtyard Providence Downtown Hotel in Providence and the Homewood Suites in Stratford, CT, as well as a leasehold interest in the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center in midtown Atlanta, for$101.5 million.

It also acquired joint venture interests in The Hilton Garden Inn in Blacksburg, VA, and the Westin Virginia Beach Town Center in Virginia Beach, for another $5 million.

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