Houston, TX, January 11, 2024 — Wayside Investment Group, a privately owned Texas-based real firm specializing in making opportunistic investments in the lodging and real estate sector, announced today the grand reopening of its Extended Stay America Suites located in Baytown, Texas, following a comprehensive renovation to provide more current amenities and services to long-term guests. The three-story, 82-room property renovations included significant upgrades to guest rooms, public spaces, a refinished exterior, and new signage.
“We are thrilled to partner with Extended Stay America for the reopening of our Baytown property, replicating the current prototype in a comprehensive renovation that highlights our commitment to enhancing guest experiences and adding value through asset repositioning,” said Miraj Patel, President, Wayside Investment Group.
Key upgrades include:
- Spacious guest room suites transformed to offer guests a more comfortable home away from home, including new fully equipped kitchens with full-size refrigerators, microwaves, stovetops, cookware, utensils, and dishes, as well as pillowtop beds, recliners, and workspace.
- Public spaces (lobby, guest laundry, corridor, fitness center, and pool) were outfitted with new furnishings, flooring, wall coverings, and lighting fixtures.
Extended Stay America Suites Baytown guests will enjoy complimentary services, including free Wi-Fi, complimentary grab-and-go breakfast, and premium cable. The property is located right off I-10, providing guests access to the Houston metropolitan region and local attractions, including the Space Center Houston, Pirates Bay Waterpark, the Baytown Nature Center, and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
“We are excited to celebrate the grand reopening of the Extended Stay America Suites Baytown,” said Mark Williams, Managing Director of Franchise Development, Extended Stay America. “As the extended stay segment leader, we are proud to support Miraj and his team at Wayside, who invest in their communities by fully renovating their property to meet the growing demand for guests looking for extended-stay accommodations.”