Red Lion Hotels Adds New Franchise Location in Sacramento, California
SPOKANE, Wash., Oct. 9, 2012 // PRNewswire // -- Red Lion Hotels Corporation (NYSE: RLH) today announced the Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento has officially converted to the brand.
"We have invested in this property since purchasing it at the first of the year," said Kumar Sharma of Shri Vinayaka Hotel, Inc. "Rebranding the hotel to Red Lion is the next step in marketing this property to its full potential."
The new Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento is located at 500 Leisure Lane on the scenic shores of a private lake, just three miles from the Sacramento city center. The full service hotel offers 306 guest rooms, 60,000 square feet of meeting space, a fitness center and an outdoor pool. The Lakeside Bar and Grille in the lobby of the hotel is known for its views and for its Mediterranean and California Fresh cuisine. The property is a popular wedding and meeting venue.
"We are excited for Red Lion guests to experience our new Sacramento location," said Ron Burgett, Executive Vice President of Lodging and Brand Development for Red Lion Hotels. "In addition, we look forward to our continued partnership with Mr. Sharma. Our team is invested in his success and we look forward to providing the vast resources of the Red Lion system to the property to better position it against the competitors in the marketplace."
About Red Lion Hotels Corporation
Red Lion Hotels Corporation is a hospitality and leisure Company primarily engaged in the ownership, operation and franchising of midscale hotels under its Red Lion® brand. As of June 30, 2012, the RLH hotel network was comprised of 47 hotels located in nine states and one Canadian province, with 8,872 rooms and 443,587 square feet of meeting space. The Company also owns and operates an entertainment and event ticket distribution business. For more information, please visit the Company's website at www.redlion.com.
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