PINEAPPLE HOSPITALITY PURCHASES PORTLAND’S HOTEL FIFTY, REBRANDS AS HOTEL ROSE

Bellevue, Wash. hotel company expands its portfolio to Portland, Ore. with purchase of waterfront hotel

Pineapple Hospitality announces its acquisition of Hotel Fifty in downtown Portland. The 140-room boutique hotel will remain open during the transition, and will be renamed and operate as Hotel Rose effective today, Aug. 1, 2013.

“This is an amazing time of growth for our company,” said Michelle Foreman Barnet, president of Pineapple Hospitality. “We’re thrilled to bring our brand to the Portland area and look forward to introducing Pineapple Hospitality to a new audience. Additionally, we’re excited for opportunities to expand our brand along the West Coast.”

Pineapple Hospitality purchased Hotel Fifty from the previous owner Oly-IDA Hotels LLC, a joint venture partnership between Coastal Hotel Group, IDA Riverfront LLC, and an affiliate investment company of Olympic Investors LLC.

Pineapple Hospitality will complete cosmetic renovations to Hotel Rose to bring it in alignment with the company’s brand standards, and will continue to operate H5O bistro & bar , the existing urban contemporary restaurant.

Hotel Rose will share the same complimentary Pineapple Hospitality guest services and amenities as the company’s other hotels, including bicycle checkout program, hotel-wide Wi-Fi Internet access, pineapple cupcake welcome reception, and more.

Located across from Tom McCall Waterfront Park in downtown Portland, Hotel Rose is a convenient option for guests who want to be near the city’s popular downtown shopping and arts venues. Hotel Rose offers 140 guest rooms and suites, each outfitted with Simmons© Beautyrest Black™ Beverly Hills™ beds, operable windows, wall-mounted flat panel TVs, large desk surfaces and ergonomic chairs, walk-in showers with rain shower heads, and more. 

For more information about Hotel Rose, visit www.HotelRosePortland.com . For more information about Pineapple Hospitality, including the company’s hotel portfolio, visit www.StayPineapple.com or call 866-866-7977. Pineapple Hospitality can also be found on social media at Facebook , Twitter and Pinterest .

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Kalyn Kinomoto / Lorne Richmond

Richmond Public Relations

206-682-6979

kalynk@richmondpr.com / lorne@richmondpr.com

About Pineapple Hospitality

Pineapple Hospitality Company has grown from a group of entities that started in 2010 and is a hotel operations company headquartered in Bellevue, Wash. The pineapple logo symbolizes the warm, genuine hospitality that Pineapple Hospitality Company strives to provide for every guest. Pieces of the Pineapple include Hotel FIVE in downtown Seattle, The Maxwell Hotel in Queen Anne, Watertown Hotel and University Inn , both in the University District, and Hotel Rose in downtown Portland, Ore. For more information about Pineapple Hospitality Company, including reservations at any of its properties, visit http://www.StayPineapple.com or call 866-866-7977. Pineapple Hospitality can also be found on Facebook , Twitter and Pinterest .

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Pineapple Hospitality announces its acquisition of Hotel Fifty in downtown Portland.
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The 140-room boutique hotel will remain open during the transition, and will be renamed and operate as Hotel Rose effective today, Aug. 1, 2013.
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Hotel Rose will share the same complimentary Pineapple Hospitality guest services and amenities as the company’s other hotels, including bicycle checkout program, hotel-wide Wi-Fi Internet access, pineapple cupcake welcome reception, and more.
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For more information about Hotel Rose, visit www.HotelRosePortland.com. For more information about Pineapple Hospitality, including the company’s hotel portfolio, visit www.StayPineapple.com or call 866-866-7977.
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“We’re thrilled to bring our brand to the Portland area and look forward to introducing Pineapple Hospitality to a new audience. Additionally, we’re excited for opportunities to expand our brand along the West Coast.”
Michelle Foreman Barnet, president of Pineapple Hospitality