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JHM Hotels Acquires The Stirling Suites, Ft. Lauderdale Airport; 
Plans to Invest $4 million to Renovate and Re-brand the Property
GREENVILLE, SC - The Stirling Suites, Ft. Lauderdale Airport has been purchased by JHM Hotels, of Greenville, SC.  With 168 suites and a highly visible location next to I-95, the hotel is positioned to meet the needs of both business and leisure travelers who want to be located close to the airport, Port Everglades, downtown Fort Lauderdale, as well as Dania/Hollywood Beach.  JHM Hotels plans to invest over $4 million to renovate and re-brand the property as an upscale, all-suites hotel.

Commenting on the announcement, Hasmukh P. (H.P.) Rama, Chairman and CEO of JHM Hotels said, “The Ft. Lauderdale lodging market, as a whole, is one of the strongest in the nation.  The hotel is located in the center of the vibrant South Florida market, midway between Palm Beach and Miami.  There is a relative lack of inventory in the airport sub-market due to a lack of available sites.”

The hotel is located at 151 SW 18th Court Dania, Florida.

JHM Hotels, based in Greenville, SC, has developed, acquired, owned and operated hotels throughout the United States for more than 30 years.  The company currently owns/operates 31 hotels with 4,843 rooms and employs 1,300 associates.  The hotels are located across South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, Maryland, and Florida.  JHM is committed to being a premier lodging company, operating under various franchise flags such as Marriott, Hilton and Holiday Inn.


JHM Hotels 
Kathy Harris
60 Pointe Circle
Greenville, SC  29615
Phone:  864.248.1566

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