Hospitality Lodging Systems Adding Four AmeriVu Hotels in Wisconsin and Atlanta, Georgia
October 5, 2017 11:26am
October 5, 2017 - Atlanta-based Hospitality Lodging Systems (HLS) has added two properties to its portfolio of AmeriVu hotels, with an additional two scheduled to open within 90 days. All four locations are conversions from other brands or from independent status.
The two already-open hotels are both in Wisconsin – in Cumberland, featuring 40 rooms, and in Prairie du Chien, with 42 rooms.
The hotels scheduled to become AmeriVu properties are in northern Wisconsin, with 43 rooms, and in Atlanta, Georgia with 150 rooms.
“We are attracting owners who want to offer value to travelers, while increasing cash flow for themselves,” said Doug Collins, Chairman and CEO of HLS.
The AmeriVu brand, started in 2015 by Wisconsin hotelier Nick Rai, joined HLS in March of 2017 under a long-term licensing agreement. With the addition of these four new hotels, there are now nine AmeriVu properties.
In addition to its AmeriVu hotels, HLS operates 50 properties under its two other brands – Budgetel Inns & Suites and Haven Inns & Suites.
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