Local hotel chain earns award at National Marriott Conference
May 24, 2014 at 12:24 a.m.
Hard work and dedication pay off once again for the locally owned, multiaward-winning hotel chain Castle Hospitality.
The management group for Homewood Suites in Victoria, with other locations in Texas, received an honorary award at the annual awards celebration during the CFRST Owners Conference on Monday.
Various awards are given during the presentation to honor achievements made by CFRST partners. For the case of Castle Hospitality, the Horizon Award recognizes smaller Marriott portfolio companies of at least 10 hotels that represent a minimum of two CFRST brands: Courtyard, Fairfield Inn and Suites, Residence Inn, SpringHill Suites and TownePlace Suites. The award was accepted by Castle Hospitality President Michael Fallek, secretary/treasurer Larry Fallek, and construction manager Brandon Wallace.
Companies must meet a number of performance thresholds and criteria in their respective categories to be considered for the award. Each must demonstrate the desire and determination to move forward as partners of CFRST.
Castle Hospitality Ltd. is a full-service management company incorporated in 1995 to manage hotels in Texas. As a family-owned business, Castle Hospitality was founded on the principles of integrity, dedication and commitment to its associates as well as the surrounding community.
In nearly two decades, the hotel chain has introduced various properties to its line throughout Texas, including Courtyard, Fairfield Inn and Suites, Hampton Inn and Suites, Homewood Suites and SpringHill Suites.
Each property has earned several national and international awards and special recognitions in the hospitality industry for effective management and growth and for providing personal attention and quality services to its guests, all backed by years of experience.