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Magnolia Hotel Houston Achieves AAA Four-Diamond Rating
for Three Years in a Row



HOUSTON, Texas – May 24, 2012 – John R. Remmers, general manager for Magnolia Hotel Houston, recently announced that the property was once again noted for exceptional services and facilities by garnering the prestigious AAA Four Diamond award. The hotel, which consistently is rated the No.1 property in Houston by TripAdvisor, has received the coveted designation for three years in a row.

“Our team at Magnolia works hard every day to deliver an amazing guest experience,” said Remmers. “The AAA designation is incredibly important to us, as well as the day-to-day feedback and input we get from our guests. Each day we strive to live up to the AAA rating we’ve received and we are thrilled to have been recognized for that three years in a row.” 

The Magnolia is among more than a dozen hotels in the Houston area that received the AAA Four Diamond award this year.

Magnolia Hotel Houston opened in 2003 in Houston's most renowned downtown structure, the former Post Dispatch building. The 314-room Magnolia Hotel offers an on-site fitness center offering new, high-tech equipment; a rooftop pool and Jacuzzi; and a luxurious Club Room lounge and billiards area with plasma televisions. The Magnolia’s prime location is close to Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros, and the Toyota Center, home of the Houston Rockets; the Houston Aquarium; Bayou Place and the theater district.  

 

All guests staying at any Magnolia property receive complimentary daily American breakfast buffet, an evening reception featuring complimentary domestic beer, house wine and soft drinks as well as a bed time cookie buffet, transportation service and high-speed Internet access.

 

For more information on the Magnolia Hotel Houston, please visit www.magnoliahotels.com/houston.

Magnolia Hotel Houston is managed by Stout Street Hospitality, a privately held hotel management and development company, which operates upscale boutique hotels catering to the sophisticated traveler. The Denver based company focuses on development, management, acquisition, re-branding, new construction and conversion of existing independent hotel properties. The core product line consists of award-winning, independent boutique hotels under the Magnolia brand that offer a style unlike that of trendy or branded hotels. The company currently operates hotels in Denver, Colo.; Dallas, Houston, and Bryan, Texas; and Omaha, Neb., and is exploring other markets for additional growth opportunities.  For more information, visit www.stoutstreethospitality.com.

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Contact: 

Kristin Yantis
Malen Yantis Public Relations
775) 351-7904
kyantis@myprco.com

Mike Pratt
Magnolia Hotels
(303) 607-1127
mpratt@magnoliahotels.com


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