The 102-room Courtyard by Marriott Loveland/Fort Collins, owned and managed by Stonebridge Cos. under founder, President and CEO Navin Dimond, is now open in Loveland, Colorado.

Courtyard by Marriott Loveland/Fort Collins is now open in Loveland, Colorado. The 102-room Marriott franchise is owned and managed by Denver-based Stonebridge Cos. under founder, President and CEO Navin Dimond.

Stonebridge Cos. has partnered with Colorado-based real estate investor and developer McWHINNEY to build the hotel. Nearby are Chapungu Sculpture Park, Budweiser Event Center on the Ranch campus and promenade shops at Centerra.

The hotel has an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, guest laundry and two meeting rooms with catering options available. Other amenities include a newly designed Bistro, business library and ample electrical outlets.

“We’re honored to be expanding our unique brand of distinguished hospitality within the northern Colorado market,” Dimond said.

Earlier this month, Stonebridge Cos. acquired the 280-room Embassy Suites by Hilton New Orleans Convention Center hotel. The company bought the full-service Embassy Suites on Julia Street for an undisclosed amount in partnership with Walton Street Capital LLC. It is the first property Stonebridge owns in New Orleans.

“Acquiring the Embassy Suites New Orleans Convention Center showcases our company’s continued growth and commitment to being recognized as an industry leader in hotel development, ownership and management,” Dimond said.

Stonebridge owns 60 hotels throughout the U.S., including two other Embassy Suites properties. It also developed the 114-room SpringHill Suites in Pullman, Washington, that was built using modular building techniques.