Crestline Hotels & Resorts Expands Managed Portfolio With Four Additional Hotels

USA, Fairfax, Virginia. March 26, 2020

James Carroll, President and CEO of Crestline Hotels & Resorts, LLC ("Crestline") announced today the addition of four additional hotels to its growing portfolio:

- The 123 suite Homewood Suites by Hilton San Antonio-Northwest, San Antonio, TX

- The 124 guestroom Hampton Inn Memphis-Poplar, Memphis, TN

- The 119 guestroom Hampton Inn State College, State College, PA

- The 123 guestroom Hampton Inn Detroit/Madison Heights/South Troy, Madison Heights, MI.

The Homewood Suites by Hilton San Antonio-Northwest is located at 4323 Spectrum One, San Antonio, TX. The hotel is central to the burgeoning northwest corner of San Antonio. It is a short drive to San Antonio's historic Alamo and the world-famous Riverwalk. This extended-stay hotel offers complimentary hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, business center, fitness center, swimming pool, and a 510 square foot meeting room. The hotel is approximately a 30-minute drive from San Antonio International Airport and easily accessed from I-10.

The Hampton Inn Memphis-Poplar is located at 5320 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN. In the heart of the Bluff City, the hotel is close to all of Memphis' main districts—Germantown, Midtown and Downtown. The hotel is a short drive to Beale Street, Graceland, and the Memphis Zoo. Enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast or a grab an On-the-Run Breakfast Bag. Guests have access to complimentary Wi-Fi, a business center, an outdoor pool, a fitness center and a 468 square foot meeting room. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from Memphis International Airport and is easily accessed from I-240.

The Hampton Inn State College is located at 1101 E College Avenue, State College, PA. Within walking distance to the Penn State Campus in Happy Valley, the hotel is near the Bryce Jordan Center and Beaver Stadium. It is a short drive to the Tussey Mountain ski area and Penn's Cave. Guests may enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, a business center, a fitness center and an outdoor pool, as well as an 864 square foot meeting room. The hotel is 5-minutes from University Park Airport and is easily accessible from I-80 via State Road 99.

The Hampton Inn Detroit/Madison Heights/South is located at 32420 Stephenson Highway, Madison Heights, MI. Just four miles from the Somerset Collections, guests can enjoy upscale shopping and dining. The hotel is 15-minutes from downtown Detroit, Ford Field (home of the Detroit Lions), as well as Comerica Park. Guests may enjoy a free hot breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi, a business center, an outdoor pool and a 552 square foot meeting room. The hotel is approximately 35-minutes from the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport and is easily accessible from I-75 and I-94.

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