Aimbridge Hospitality


Aimbridge Hospitality is a third-party management company with over 1,500 hotels worldwide.

Founded in 2003 by Dave Johnson, Aimbridge Hospitality had 8 hotels at the time. Three years later, the company's portfolio had grown to 25 hotels.

In 2009, Aimbridge launched interim management and receivership activities to expand its business. The following year, the resort and luxury segment was created.

In 2012, the Channel Point Hospitality division, which focuses on midscale hotels, was born.

Between 2014 and 2015, the company's portfolio grew significantly with the addition of 38 Hyatt hotels and the acquisition of Evolution Hospitality, which enabled Aimbridge to enter the lifestyle segment. In 2016, growth continued with the acquisition of Pillar Hotels & Resorts, which included 178 hotels.

The year 2017 was just as important in terms of growth, with the addition initially of 188 hotels thanks to the acquisition of TMI Hospitality, followed by the acquisition of ONE Lodging Management, which operated 115 hotel properties.

Aimbridge begins operations in Canada in 2019, and at the same time merges with Interstate Hotels and Resorts, creating one of the world's leading third-party hotel management services companies, with a portfolio of more than 1,400 branded, independent and resort properties in 49 states and 20 countries.

New governance in 2021 for the Group with the appointment of Mike Deitemeyer as CEO and Dave Johnson as Executive Chairman. In the same year, Aimbridge enters the Mexican market with the acquisition of Grupo Hotelero Prisma and also acquires Prism Hotels & Resorts.

In 2022, the company creates four operating divisions and two geographic divisions to further its global industry expertise and deliver ongoing value to owners. This year marks a new acquisition for Aimbridge, that of Terrapin Hospitality, adding 71 hotels to its portfolio.



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