Aimbridge adds three hotels and resorts

Aimbridge Hospitality has added two destination resorts and a large-scale hotel to its Full-Service Division. The properties, owned by a group led by Florida philanthropist Dr. Kiran Patel, bring 1,269 keys under Aimbridge management.

“Welcoming these three exceptional destination properties to the growing footprint of the Aimbridge Full-Service Division is reflective of how our operating divisions have resonated with the industry and delivers results for our owners,” said Rob Smith, divisional president, Aimbridge Full Service. “Our Full-Service Division’s operational expertise and specialized focus on managing complex, large-scale assets will allow us to bring immense value to the properties and drive outsized returns for ownership.”

Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa in Tucson, AZ is situated on 80 acres of desert oasis in the Sonoran Desert and is located near Sabino Canyon, Saguaro National Park and Tucson Mall. Originally built as a hacienda-style family home in 1912, the resort and spa offers 241 rooms and an upscale Southwestern experience with modern conveniences.

Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown is located in Pittsburgh’s city center and features 712 rooms, two full-service bars and a restaurant. Acrisure Stadium, home of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Andy Warhol Museum are within a five-minute drive from the hotel.

Dolce Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, CO is a 4-star, 316-room hotel that offers amenities including massages and body treatments, a round of golf or a day at the private beach. The resort and spa is situated near Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and is under 10 miles away from Cheyenne Mountain State Park.