Published as the Featured Fixed Based Operator on Phillips66 Aviation.com.August 2013 PENSACOLA, Fla. – Stepping out of a business jet under a broad Gulf Coast sky, you discover a Golden Retriever sitting on a red carpet to greet you. A smiling dog named Sadie that happens to be wearing an orange safety vest, airport badge [...]
Construction on the new Holiday Inn Resort reached a milestone this week when the shell of the hotel was completed Thursday.
Julian MacQueen, founder of Innisfree Hotels, Inc., has been elected to the Gulf Power Company board of directors. “Julian brings a wealth of entrepreneurial experience, wisdom and leadership to our board,” said Stan Connally, Gulf Power President and CEO. “We believe his knowledge of the tourism business and his track record of investing in Northwest Florida will make him a valuable asset to our team.”
Innisfree hotels is launching a ‘reveal deal’ special rate at the Beachside Resort on Panama City Beach, Florida. The deal is celebrating the completion of the hotels renovation and rebranding.
The new restaurant will feature shipping container construction, ‘upcycled’ materials and purposely designed outdoor spaces.
Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and Innisfree Hotels today announce the opening of The Hyatt Place Pensacola International Airport Hotel, an exciting “new generation” hotel offering round- the-clock amenities and modern design for business and leisure travelers alike.
The primary function of an FBO is to sell fuel to private airplane owners. The Innisfree Jet Center received its FBO status on November 1, 2012.
Published On HotelNewsNow.com07 February 2013By Jeff HigleyEditorial Directorjeff@hotelnewsnow.com LOS ANGELES—Innisfree Hotels & Resorts founder and CEO Julian MacQueen is happy to be part of a growing group of owners who have been able to refinance their hotels as the lending environment continues to loosen. Innisfree worked with Aries Capital to refinance two multimillion dollar debts [...]
“Innisfree has an amazing track record for both developing and operating their assets, which contributed heavily to our ability to secure permanent debt at a 9% debt yield on adjacent hotels, especially with limited operating history for one of the assets,” says Jeff Bucaro, senior vice president for Aries Capital. The Innisfree portfolio includes a Hilton Hotel and Holiday Inn Resort.
Innisfree Hotels (Emerald Breeze Resort Group LLC) will develop the resort on a 17-acre parcel in Okaloosa Island in Okaloosa County, Fla., that is owned by the U.S. Air Force and will be leased to the Emerald Breeze Resort Group for 50 years, according to the $50 billion Navy Federal in Vienna, Va., and the $1.2 billion Pen Air in Pensacola, Fla.