ST. PAUL, MN—AmericInn, a midscale hotel brand based throughout the Midwest, plans to expand overseas. The expansion plan calls for at least 20 new hotels to be opened across the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent over the next five years as part of a long-term commitment to leverage the growing demographic and travel trends in the region. The announcement of the expansion was made at AmericInn’s convention and tradeshow at the InterContinental St. Paul here.
The brand partnered with Singapore- and Dubai-based, Eaglewing Estates and Hotels Pte. Ltd. The expansion will bring an upscale, value-based hotel brand into key international markets including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Doha, Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore.
Eaglewing founders and Principals Dinky Puri and Rahul Raghuwanshi have over 50 years of experience owning, managing, and operating hospitality and real estate businesses, according to AmericInn.
AmericInn plans to target domestic and international business and leisure travelers with short and extended stay accommodations. The AmericInn brand is owned by parent company Northcott Hospitality, a multi-generational family-owned business based here.
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