Omni Hotels Wraps Deal for 564-Key Downtown Westin; Rebrands as Omni Providence
Omni Hotels & Resorts has completed the acquisition of The Westin Hotel in Downtown Providence from The Procaccianti Group. Announced in October, the sale closed late last year for a price reported by CoStar Group as $170 million.
Rebranded the Omni Providence Hotel, the 564-key property will become part of Omni’s “Convention Collection” of hotels. Currently, that portfolio includes the Omni Nashville Hotel, set to open in 2013; the Omni Dallas Hotel; the Omni Fort Worth Hotel; the Omni San Diego Hotel; the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta; and the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.
“We are pleased to add this premier property to our Convention Collection hotel portfolio and enhance our offerings along the Eastern seaboard,” said Mike Deitemeyer, president of Omni Hotels & Resorts. “We look forward to working with the city and CVB, and serving as a leader in the marketplace for years to come.”
The 328-foot-tall Omni Providence is the city’s fourth-tallest building. Completed in 1993, it is connected to the Rhode Island Convention Center and to the new Providence Place Mall. Guest amenities include 18 meeting rooms totaling 22,877 square feet of space, three restaurants, complimentary electric vehicle charging stations, a fitness center, a heated indoor swimming pool and a full-service spa.
Omni Hotels Management Corp. is managing the hotel, while Josh Heidenreich has been appointed general manager. The property is scheduled to undergo a light renovation later this year.
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