Henderson Park acquires Glasgow Amaris Hospitality hotel management platform

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The deal follows Henderson Park’s recent acquisition of a portfolio of 12 high-quality Hilton-branded hotels, managed by Amaris Hospitality, an agreement that was concluded in November.

The Amaris Hospitality name and brand are not part of the agreement and will continue to belong to the LRC group.

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At the same time, a new platform dedicated to hotel and wealth management called Klarent Hospitality was launched.

John Brennan and Peter Stack, pictured, have over 70 years of combined experience in the hospitality industry and led the creation of Amaris Hospitality in 2015.

Klarent will be led by Amaris’ current management team, led by Peter Stack and John Brennan, the current CEO and President, respectively.

The duo, with over 70 years of hospitality industry experience, led the creation of Amaris Hospitality in 2015, which consolidated nearly 100 hotels in the UK and Ireland.

Nick Weber, founding partner of Henderson Park, said: “The acquisition of the Amaris business allows us to scale up our own dedicated hotel operating platform, Klarent Hospitality.

“We have long admired Amaris Hospitality’s business model and track record, as well as the quality and expertise of its team. “

Brennan said: “Henderson Park has a long history of successful investments in the hospitality industry and this transaction, with the creation of Klarent Hospitality, provides Nick and his team with a proven platform to further strengthen their expertise. existing in the hotel market.

“Our in-depth industry knowledge and experience in transformation, rebranding and hotel management are very complementary to Henderson Park’s expertise in investing and managing assets in the industry. “

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