Pivot selected to manage Key West Historic Inns Collection

 ATLANTA Pivot, the lifestyle operating vertical of Davidson Hospitality Group, has been tapped by KHP Capital Partners to manage the Key West Historic Inns Collection, a portfolio of five historic and reimagined properties including: Winslow’s Bungalows; Lighthouse Hotel; Ridley House; Ella’s Cottages, and Fitch Lodge. Situated in the heart of Old Town Key West, the collection features seven outdoor pools and two distinctive pool bar experiences.

“We are proud to build upon our longstanding relationship with KHP Capital Partners with the addition of these historic, architectural gems,” said Davidson Hospitality Group Chief Executive Officer & President Thom Geshay. “At Pivot, we pour our hearts, passion, and vision into enhancing operations and crafting an authentic sense of place. We look forward to leveraging the rich history and vibrancy of Key West as a destination to create a one-of-a-kind guest experience while driving long-term asset value growth, maximum profitability, and exceptional performance.”

“It’s exciting to team up with Pivot on this collection of dynamic lifestyle hotels,” said Ben Rowe, Managing Partner, KHP Capital Partners. “We have a great track record working with this team in the Florida Keys. Through their collective depth of knowledge and diligent stewardship, we are confident that the Pivot team will create value.

Within the state of Florida, Pivot currently operates the Islamorada Resort Collection in Islamorada; Baker’s Cay Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton in Key Largo; and The Gabriel Miami Downtown, Curio Collection by Hilton. Davidson Hospitality Group at large operates a total of 22 properties in the state.

When Key West was Florida’s largest city in 1900, the buildings now comprising the Key West Historic Inns Collection were constructed as homes for army officers, industrialists and steamboat captains in architectural styles ranging from sensible Conch to grand Queen Anne. The properties’ rich history includes stories of found gold; structures assuming roles as a tailor shop, a butcher shop, a gambling house, a beauty salon, and a cycle shop; and vaudeville performances that dot the decades and paint colorful glimpses of previous lives.

The article Pivot selected to manage Key West Historic Inns Collection first appeared in TravelDailyNews International.

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