PM Hotel Group adds The Westin Baltimore to portfolio
PM Hotel Group has been chosen to manage The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport hotel, a recently renovated property in the vibrant US state of Maryland.
The 260-room property near Baltimore Washington International Airport promises to be a welcome addition to PM Hotel Group’s lifestyle portfolio, with Westin’s focus on wellness tying in neatly with the hotel management company’s own direction. We find out more.
Wellness on the road
“We are excited to expand our lifestyle portfolio with the addition of The Westin Baltimore,” said Joseph Bojanowski, president of PM Hotel Group. “Now more than ever, strengthening our relationship with Westin – a brand whose core DNA is dedicated to wellness – feels like perfect timing as we move into the next phase of recovery for the hospitality industry. With an optimal location, this addition is indicative of our lifestyle collection’s momentum.”
Adding even more appeal, The Westin Baltimore has recently undergone a revamp. The newly refreshed hotel features Luminous Restaurant & Lounge, the signature WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio with an indoor heated lap pool, and the runWESTIN concierge programme.
Experience and values
PM Hotel Group is a hotel management company with more than two decades of experience in building partnerships with brands and hotel owners. Altogether, the company has participated in the development and acquisition of more than US$3 billion of premium-branded and independent hotels throughout the US.
The business prides itself on managing properties with a dedication towards sustainability, teamwork, innovation and entrepreneurship, alongside focusing on its associates and the wider community.
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