El Paso Hotel to be Converted to GuestHouse International
Friday February 14th, 2014 - 9:49AM B
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EL PASO, TX—Boomerang Hotels has signed an agreement with Microwest Partners to convert an 83-room hotel here to a GuestHouse International Inn & Suites.
"Choosing Boomerang Hotels' GuestHouse International brand for our second hotel in El Paso was an easy decision," said Rich Cane, president of Cane Hospitality Company. "We've had successful relationship with Boomerang Hotels largely due to their friendly franchise agreement and the support of their franchise team."
"We are extremely pleased to continue the successful history Boomerang Hotels has with Rich Cane," said Brendan Watters, CEO of Boomerang Hotels. "We are looking forward to the addition of Rich's second hotel in El Paso, Texas to our franchise family."
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