Staybridge brand plans four in Texas

IHG has announced that San Antonio, Texas can expect nearly 500
additional guest suites by early 2009.With the addition of four
Staybridge Suites hotels, the hotel chain will triple its presence in
San Antonio.

“San Antonio is an ideal market for extended-stay development and the
demand is currently greater than the supply,” said Robert Radomski, vice
president, Brand Management, Staybridge Suites.  “With the addition of
these four new developments, we look forward to serving our guests’
needs wherever they may need extended-stay lodging in the greater San
Antonio area.”

 

About the four Staybridge Suites developments in San Antonio

 

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*      The Staybridge Suites at 123 Hoefgen Rd. is a $15 million,
12-story hotel in historic San Antonio with 138 suites. The property is
expected to open summer 2007 and will bring 30 new employment
opportunities to the community. The hotel is owned by SSG Hotel, under a
license agreement with a company in the InterContinental Hotels Group
and managed by IHG’s Americas operations division, The Hotel Management
Group.

 

 


*      The Staybridge Suites at 281 North and Loop 1604 is a $10
million, five-story hotel in Sonterra with 120 suites. The property is
expected to open spring 2008 and will bring more than 20 new employment
opportunities to the community. The hotel is owned by Montex Real
Estate, Co., LLC, under a license agreement with a company in the
InterContinental Hotels Group.

 

*      The Staybridge Suites at NW Loop 1604 North and Chase Hill
Blvd. in the UTSA/Fiesta Texas area is a four-story hotel in Northwest
San Antonio with 120 suites. The property is expected to open spring
2008 and will bring 25 new employment opportunities to the community.
The hotel is owned by La Cantera Hospitality LLC and managed by
Dellisart Lodging, under a license agreement with a company in the
InterContinental Hotels Group.

 

*      The Staybridge Suites at Commerce St. and North Pecos is a $15
million, ten-story hotel in historic Cattleman Square in downtown San
Antonio with 120 suites. The property is expected to open early 2009 and
will bring 30 new employment opportunities to the community. The hotel
is owned by Vaquero Development Company and managed by Dallas-based
Hospitality Management Corporation, under a license agreement with a
company in the InterContinental Hotels Group.
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