Charlestowne adds three properties to portfolio

Hospitality management company Charlestowne Hotels has added three new properties in Tennessee, California and Colorado to its portfolio.

The Memphian (Memphis), The Darling (Visalia, CA) and Inn at Aspen (Aspen, CO) join Charlestowne’s collection of more than 50 hotels across the country. In addition to the full management of the three properties, Charlestowne will also oversee the food & beverage programs for The Memphian and The Darling, adding three restaurants to its portfolio.

“We never tire of the excitement that comes with meeting new owners and supporting them as they evolve the visions for their properties,” said Kyle Hughey, CEO, Charlestowne Hotels. “Each of these hotels provides something unique and necessary to their respective communities. For The Memphian, it’s the locally curated art and interior design that provides a truly unique Memphis experience. Then, out west, The Darling’s historic ties and architecture transport guests back to California’s Art Deco period, while The Inn at Aspen offers unparalleled ski-in, ski-out access. We’re looking forward to elevating those experiences through new operational and revenue programs, technology partnerships and strategic guest marketing.”

The Memphian
The Memphian is a lifestyle-independent Tribute Portfolio hotel located in Memphis’ Overton Square. The property features 106 rooms and suites, two dining outlets and two event spaces.

Charlestowne will further amplify The Memphian’s bohemian style and connection to Memphis through creative guest programming, localized amenities and an inspired food and beverage program at Complicated Pilgrim and Tiger and Peacock, according to the company.

The Darling
This adaptive-reuse boutique hotel brings back to life the 1935 annex of the former Tulare County Courthouse, which was abandoned in the latter part of the 20th century. It has now been fully reimagined and redesigned, complete with 1930s-inspired Art Deco decor. Located near Sequoia National Park and less than a mile from the Visalia Convention Center, the hotel offers 32 guestrooms and suites, as well as four spaces for meetings and special occasions. The Elderwood rooftop restaurant and lounge offers panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

The Darling is the Charlestowne’s first California property, increasing the company’s footprint to 26 states.

The Inn at Aspen
The company’s first Aspen property, The Inn at Aspen is the only hotel at Buttermilk Mountain, the home of ESPN’s X Games. This condo-hotel offers 122 rooms, an outdoor hot tub and a pool. Additional amenities of the ski-in, ski-out property include fire pits, a fitness center, complimentary shuttles from Aspen Airport, a 5,000-sq.-ft. events space and an on-site restaurant.

The Inn at Aspen joins three other Charlestowne-managed properties in Colorado, including Hotel Maverick, Origin Red Rocks and Origin Westminster.