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NexGen Hotels Acquires Holiday Inn in St. Petersburg, Florida

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SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. - eTradeWire -- NexGen Hotels, a hotel development and management company based in Itasca, Illinois, today announced the acquisition of the Holiday Inn St. Petersburg West. Located at 1200 34th Street North, the 129-room hotel will be managed by Genuine Hospitality Group (https://www.genuinehospitalitygroup.com/) of St. Louis, Missouri.

Centrally situated on I-19 and just minutes away from downtown St. Petersburg, the Holiday Inn St. Petersburg West offers guests easy access to Tropicana Field, the Dali Museum, Morean Arts Center, Duke Energy Center for the Arts - Mahaffey Theater and Al Lang Stadium. The hotel is also in close proximity to the University of South Florida – St. Petersburg Campus, St. Petersburg College, Stetson University and numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options.

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"We are thrilled to add to our growing portfolio and extend our footprint into the St. Petersburg area," says Chris Patel, President, NexGen Hotels. "This acquisition offers NexGen Hotels an excellent opportunity to become a key player in the strong hotel market in St. Petersburg."

Hotel amenities include an outdoor resort-style heated swimming pool and whirlpool spa, a well-equipped fitness center, a grab-and-go market, complimentary WiFi, and a boardroom that is ideal for small groups or business gatherings, as well as functional meeting space. The Holiday Inn St. Petersburg West features a full-service restaurant/bar – 34 North serving breakfast and dinner, as well as poolside drinks and snacks.

For more information on the Holiday Inn St. Petersburg West or to make reservations, please call 727-322-0770 or visit their website (https://www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us/en/st-petersburg/tpapb/hoteldetail).

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Source: NexGen Hotels
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