The Fairfield Inn & Suites Moses Lake, located off I-90 at 2380 Maiers Rd., was designed with comfort in mind and offers 84 spacious and contemporary guestrooms, as well as a swimming pool and fitness center for guests who wish to stay active.
SEATTLE, WA – The Hotel Group (THG) and Hogback Development announced the purchase of the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Moses Lake, Wa. The Hotel Group is a leading national hotel management, investment and development company and is an affiliate of Hotel Equities (HE). This addition, and the recent announcement of two Hyatt additions, furthers the group’s continued growth in the Northwest.
“We are thrilled to partner again for our third hotel with Hogback Development and to be acquiring this top performing Fairfield Inn & Suites,” says Doug Dreher, CEO at The Hotel Group. “We now manage a dozen hotels in Washington state which is home to THG. This Marriott select service hotel is a phenomenal addition to our property portfolio as we know the Fairfield brand is a top-performer in its class. We are excited to join the Moses Lake community and look forward to delivering the best of THG-HE’s Inspired Hospitality Greatness to our guests and the community.”
The Fairfield Inn & Suites Moses Lake, located off I-90 at 2380 Maiers Rd., was designed with comfort in mind and offers 84 spacious and contemporary guestrooms, as well as a swimming pool and fitness center for guests who wish to stay active. Free wi-fi, complimentary breakfast and universal charging stations are amenities offering guests added convenience.
Moses Lake is the largest natural body of fresh water in Grant County’s and offers tourist and locals a plethora of activities such as boating, fishing, ATV dunes, biking and back country exploring. The Moses Lake region was originally built on agriculture and aviation and is thriving today thanks to the tech industry. The city of Moses Lake offers thriving arts and culture with main street festivals, events at the fairgrounds, farmers markets, museums, art galleries & theaters.
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