Destination Hotels

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Destination Hotels is a privately held lodging management company headquartered in Englewood, Colorado. With 40 independent, luxury and upscale hotels, resorts and golf clubs, Destination Hotels is the largest independent hospitality management company in the country.[1] The collection includes a mix of mountain, beach and city properties across the United States.[2]

History[edit]

Destination Hotels began in 1972 (as Destination Hotels & Resorts) with the opening of The Gant in Aspen, one of the first condominium resort properties in the United States to offer contemporary hotel services such as concierge and front desk.

Destination Hotels is a subsidiary of Lowe Hospitality Group (LHG), which is owned by Lowe Enterprises, a privately held national real estate investment, management and development firm headquartered in Los Angeles, California. The company partners with affiliate Lowe Destination Development, also an LHG subsidiary, to development hospitality projects including both hotels and resort residential communities. LDD hotel and resort projects are managed by Destination Hotels upon completion.[2]

In January, 2016, Destination Hotels merged with Commune Hotels. [3]

Locations & Properties[edit]

The company's portfolio features 20 golf courses, 20 full-service spas, six IACC certified conference centers, and 110 bars and restaurants located in key states including:

Notable Properties[edit]

Some notable properties in the company's portfolio include:

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