Wayside Investment reopens ESA hotel in Texas

The property offers enhanced amenities and services for long-term guests

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The Extended Stay America Suites in Baytown, Texas, owned by Wayside Investment Group led by Miraj Patel as president, has reopened following renovations, upgrading guestrooms, public spaces and the exterior.

The Extended Stay America Suites in Baytown, Texas, owned by Wayside Investment Group led by Miraj Patel as president, has reopened following renovations. Work done on the three-story, 82-room property included upgrades to guestrooms, public spaces, a refinished exterior, and new signage, with the aim of providing more current amenities and services to long-term guests, Wayside said in a statement.

“We are thrilled to partner with Extended Stay America for the reopening of our Baytown property, replicating the current prototype in a comprehensive renovation that highlights our commitment to enhancing guest experiences and adding value through asset repositioning,” said Patel.

The property is near Space Center Houston, Pirates Bay Waterpark, Baytown Nature Center and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Wayside said.

“We are excited to celebrate the grand reopening of the Extended Stay America Suites Baytown,” said Mark Williams, managing director of franchise development, Extended Stay America. “As the extended-stay segment leader, we are proud to support Miraj and his team at Wayside, who invest in their communities by fully renovating their property to meet the growing demand for guests looking for extended-stay accommodations.”

In July, Wayside announced plans to acquire two Extended Stay America Suites properties in Dallas, comprising a 118-unit hotel and a 150-unit hotel in Irving.