La Quinta Opens the La Quinta Inn & Suites in Idaho
Monday July 15th, 2013 - 9:22AM BPG
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BOISE, ID—La Quinta Inns & Suites has opened the newly renovated La Quinta Inn & Suites in Boise Town Square, Idaho. The 124-room property is owned by Boise Hotel Partners LC, which invested in upgrades to the hotel’s lobby area, breakfast area and rooms, in preparation for the re-opening as a La Quinta.
Western States Lodging Management manages La Quinta Inns & Suites. The hotel is located just minutes from local corporate headquarters, businesses, leisure attractions and Boise State University, as well as a wide variety of shopping and dining.
Jeff Palla, La Quinta’s SVP of Franchise Operations said in a statement, “We are delighted to welcome the La Quinta Inn & Suites Boise Town Square to the La Quinta family.” He concluded, “As La Quinta continues to solidify its position as the premier brand in select service in the hotel industry, this property exemplifies the high level of excellence that will be apparent to every guest that visits the Boise market. It is a great example of the La Quinta brand experience, which provides affordable lodging excellence to millions of travelers ever year.”
“We are delighted to officially re-open this property as a La Quinta Inn & Suites,” said Andy Pettingill of Western States Lodging. He concluded, “At all of our hotels, we are proud to offer each guest a true home away from home experience, and at this property, the opportunity to ‘wake up on the bright side’ with La Quinta as well. We look forward to a long and productive relationship with the brand.”
Tags: • Hospitality • Brands • Construction/Renovation • Openings •
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