Hotels around the globe are under new management, including a newly acquired resort in Orlando.
AWH Partners acquires management and operations of The Grove Resort & Water Park
AWH Partners, LLC, a vertically integrated real estate investment, development and management firm, has acquired the management and operations of The Grove Resort & Water Park, an independent resort located on 106 acres in Orlando. AWH’s wholly owned hotel management company, Spire Hospitality, has assumed management of The Grove, including its condo-hotel rental program and its amenities. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The Grove currently consists of 878 two- and three-bedroom suites averaging more than 1,300 sq. ft., most of which are enrolled in the rental management program. Opened in phases between 2017 and 2019, the resort offers four restaurants, a seven-acre water park, three full-sized swimming pools, a full-service spa, a meeting center with 6,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, a children’s activity center, an arcade and a fitness center. The newly built, upscale family resort is located on Lake Austin, an 18-acre resort amenity, and is a 15-minute drive from Walt Disney World.
Meyer Jabara Hotels to manage JDV by Hyatt conversion in IA
Main Street Community Capital, a Midwest-based development company, has selected Meyer Jabara Hotels (MJH) to manage its JDV by Hyatt in Dubuque, IA’s Historic Millwork District.
The 96-key project will reside on several floors of the Novelty Iron Works complex. The complex is a former “ironworks” turned millwork factory that was converted to a residential complex with food and beverage outlets, entertainment space, retail shops and courtyard. When complete, the property will feature a rooftop restaurant and bar also managed by MJH. Construction will begin in the fall, with a grand opening planned for fall 2023. This is the fourth Hyatt hotel in the MJH portfolio, its second management contract with MSCCap, and its first JDV by Hyatt branded property.
MSCCap’s Hyatt Place and Conference Center in Mason City, IA, will also be managed by Meyer Jabara Hotels when it opens next year. DLR Group of Minneapolis will oversee the architecture, engineering, planning and interior design of both MSCCap projects, as well.
For more on Meyer Jabara, check out the May issue of Hotel Business.
Interglobe appoints Cycas as European operating partner
Cycas has partnered with InterGlobe to manage its portfolio of European hotels, including 10 properties in the K+K Hotel portfolio, located in eight cities: Paris, Barcelona, London, Vienna, Prague, Munich, Budapest and Bucharest.
The partnership also includes management of the Hotel Reichshof in Hamburg, a luxury 278-room hotel whose Art Deco style and upmarket facilities reflect the listed building’s landmark location.
InterGlobe Enterprises is one of India’s largest companies, with businesses across aviation, hospitality and travel-related sectors. Its portfolio of hotel assets is spread across India, Europe and Australia.
Cycas is expanding its team to support the InterGlobe portfolio, with new leaders in operations, people & culture, finance, commercial and property management.