Charlestowne Hotels Forms Partnership with Restaurant Group
Wednesday October 10th, 2012 - 9:39AM O
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CHARLESTON, SC—Charlestowne Hotels has formed a strategic partnership with The Indigo Road Restaurant Group, which is designed to augment its restaurant management capabilities.
According to the company, the partnership better enables Charlestowne to meet the needs of hotel clients’ food and beverage operations and opens up the potential for new management contracts with hotels and resorts that have a wider variety of restaurants and bars.
The two companies have a long relationship through senior management executives at both Charlestowne Hotels and Indigo Road, who have worked closely together since 1997, including collaboration on development and operation of Charleston’s hotel restaurant, Peninsula Grill.
Charlestowne Hotels’ President/COO, Michael Tall, said in a statement, "This partnership is an excellent fit since Indigo Road brings a passionate dedication to a high quality guest experience that is perfectly aligned with Charlestowne’s commitment to excellence."
Charlestowne Hotels is managing a diverse portfolio of properties, including AAA Four Diamond hotels, luxury boutique inns, resorts, condo hotels and branded properties.
The Indigo Road Restaurant Group, developed and operates Oak Steakhouse, O-Ku, The Cocktail Club and The Macintosh here in Charleston and most recently developed and opened Columbia, SC’s newest fine-dining restaurant, The Oak Table.
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