Midas Hospitality is Now Managing Two Tulsa Hotels

December 20, 2019

Midas Hospitality—a leading hotel development, management and investment firm—recently added two Oklahoma hotels to its growing management operations.

The two Hilton properties are the Hilton Garden Inn located at 420 W. Albany St. and the Homewood Suites located at 4900 W. Madison Place.  Both are situated in Broken Arrow, Okla., which is the largest suburb of Tulsa.  Midas Hospitality also manages an Aloft in Tulsa, Okla. and the Hampton Inn in Duncan, Okla.

The Hilton Garden Inn is a 107-room hotel that is only 13 miles from downtown Tulsa and the airport.  The 99-suite Homewood Suites features an outdoor pool and is in close proximity to shopping, restaurants and entertainment.  Grayson Davis, who will continue as the General Manager for the Hilton Garden Inn, will also oversee the Homewood Suites until a new manager is selected.

Midas Hospitality currently manages 11 hotels for various ownership groups, as well as owns and manages 27 throughout the Midwest and southern states.  The company’s hotel portfolio continues to grow through new development and construction, renovation of aging properties, and acquisition of existing properties.

“In addition to owning our own hotels, we manage the properties of select owners who are looking to leverage our talent and historic success,” said Midas Hospitality’s Co-Founder and CEO David Robert.  “We look forward to adding these hotels to our current Oklahoma properties while continuing to acquire and manage both new and existing properties.”


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