MHG Hotels acquires Courtyard West Palm Beach Airport in Florida

MHG specializes in development, construction, and management services

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MHG Hotels LLC, led by Sanjay Patel as president and CEO, recently acquired Courtyard West Palm Beach Airport in Florida, featuring 103 guestrooms and offers convenient access to Tri-Rail, Brightline, and West Palm Beach International Airport.

MHG HOTELS LLC recently acquired Courtyard West Palm Beach Airport in West Palm Beach, Florida. MHG Hotels is led by Sanjay Patel as president and CEO.

The 103-room property is near Palm Beach International Airport, the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, the Norton Museum of Arts, The Society of Four Arts, The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum and the municipal beach. Amenities include an outdoor pool, a spa, a bistro and access to Tri-Rail and  Brightline rail stations.

“We welcome Courtyard West Palm Beach Airport to the MHG family,” Patel said in a release. “This acquisition aligns with our commitment to expanding in key markets and offering exceptional options for our guests’ travel needs.”

Headquartered in Indianapolis and Boca Raton, MHG Hotels focuses on development, construction, and management services through a diversified portfolio. MHG’s franchise affiliations include Marriott International, Hilton Worldwide, and Choice Hotels International.

Last week, Asian American hoteliers Bhupender ‘Bruce’ Patel and Anwar Ali Aman announced plans to develop a $1.3 billion luxury J.W. Marriott International resort in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.