Southeast Hotel Investments in Partnership With Strand Hospitality Services Affiliate Acquires Hampton Inn Atlanta - Fairburn, GA

USA, Fairburn, Georgia. August 19, 2019

Strand Hospitality Services, a leading provider of hospitality management, consulting and advisory services, recently announced that it assumed management of the Hampton Inn Atlanta - Fairburn, Georgia located at 7790 Ella Lane. The Fairburn hotel offers 99-rooms and will undergo a renovation within the next year. The hotel is conveniently located on I-85, 20 miles southwest of Atlanta and only 13 miles southwest of the Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

This Hampton Inn is the first acquired property by Southeast Hotel Investments. The Fairburn hotel is the 8th Hampton brand in Strand's current portfolio. Strand Hospitality has a 33-year history of franchising with the Hampton by Hilton brand.

About Strand Hospitality: With headquarters shared between Charlotte and Myrtle Beach. Strand also has operations in Atlanta. Celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, the company began as a developer/owner of full-service Holiday Inns, gradually moving into third-party management. Today with over 35 select and full service hotels in its management portfolio, the company continues to grow through development, joint ventures and third-party management. It is approved to operate hotels under all the leading hotel brand families including; Marriott, Hilton, IHG, Hyatt, Wyndham, and Choice.

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About Strand Hospitality Services

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Allyson Kolpien
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Strand Hospitality Services
T: 419-575-1151

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