Today 25 May

Hotel Franchises

Franchise Hampton by Hilton

Investments:

from $6,909,090

Hampton by Hilton
Midprice hotels

Investments:
from $6,909,090

Wishing to buy: 2
Hilton Hotels and Resorts

Start investments

$29,137,305

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

5%

Hilton is part of the portfolio of brands at Hilton Worldwide, which has hotels in more than 90 countries. Other Hilton Worldwide brands include Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites by Hilton, Hampton by Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Home2 Suites by Hilton, Curio - A Collection by Hilton, Canopy by Hilton and Hilton Grand Vacations.

Wishing to buy: 1
Embassy Suites by Hilton

Start investments

$17,376,120

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

3.5-5.5%

The first Embassy Suites Hotel was built in 1984 in Overland Park, Kansas. The all-suite hotels offer upscale amenities including cooked-to-order breakfast buffets, nightly Manager's Receptions with complimentary drinks and snacks, fitness centers and business centers. Originally owned by Promus Hotel Corporation, Embassy Suites is now part of Hilton Worldwide.

Wishing to buy: 2
Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express

Start investments

$7,544,298

Franchise fee

$50,000

Royalty fee

5-6%

The Holiday Inn Express® hotel franchise offers modern accommodations for value-oriented travelers. Holiday Inn Express hotels are fresh, clean and uncomplicated and provide the comfort and convenience the Holiday Inn® brand stands for.

Wishing to buy: 2
Homewood Suites by Hilton

Start investments

$11,039,010

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

3.5-5.5%

Homewood Suites by Hilton is part of the portfolio of brands at Hilton Worldwide, which has hotels in more than 90 countries. Other Hilton Worldwide brands include Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites by Hilton, Hampton by Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn, Home2 Suites by Hilton, Curio - A Collection by Hilton, Canopy by Hilton, and Hilton Grand Vacations.

Wishing to buy: 2
Red Roof Inn

Start investments

$3,519,600

Franchise fee

$30,000

Royalty fee

4.5%

James Trueman, a builder and contractor, opened the first Red Roof Inn in Columbus, Ohio, in 1972. The company's original slogan, "Sleep Cheap," was reflective of its initial nightly room rates of $8.50. Today the economy hotel chain, which began franchising in 1996, has locations throughout the country, but primarily in the Midwest, Southern, and Eastern U.S. The brand underwent a nationwide $200 million renovation in 2012, and also introduced Red Roof Plus+, a brand extension that includes upgraded amenities and services.

Franchise Red Roof Inn

Investments:

from $3,519,600

Red Roof Inn
Economy hotels

Investments:
from $3,519,600

Wishing to buy: 2
Hilton Garden Inn

Start investments

$12,064,695

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

5.5%

Hilton Garden Inn is part of the portfolio of brands at Hilton Worldwide, which has hotels in more than 90 countries. Other Hilton Worldwide brands include Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites by Hilton, Hampton by Hilton, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Home2 Suites by Hilton, Curio - A Collection by Hilton, Canopy by Hilton and Hilton Grand Vacations.

Franchise Hilton Garden Inn

Investments:

from $12,064,695

Hilton Garden Inn
Upscale midprice hotels

Investments:
from $12,064,695

Wishing to buy: 2
Motel 6

Start investments

$2,617,700

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5%

The first Motel 6 opened in Santa Barbara, California, in 1962, and got its name from its initial room rates: $6 a night. Fifty-five years later, Motel 6 is managed by G6 Hospitality and has a network of more than 1,200 economy lodging locations across the U.S. and Canada.

Franchise Motel 6

Investments:

from $2,617,700

Motel 6
Economy hotels

Investments:
from $2,617,700

Wishing to buy: 1
Doubletree by Hilton

Start investments

$21,986,055

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

5%

The first Doubletree hotel opened in 1969 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Franchising began in 1989, and ten years later the company was acquired by Hilton Hotels Worldwide. At every Doubletree location, guests are given a warm chocolate chip and walnut cookie at check-in.

Franchise Doubletree by Hilton

Investments:

from $21,986,055

Doubletree by Hilton
Upscale hotels and resorts

Investments:
from $21,986,055

Wishing to buy: 2
Baymont by Wyndham

Start investments

$213,563

Franchise fee

$26,000

Royalty fee

5%

Founded in 1973, Baymont by Wyndham provides lodging to business and leisure travelers across the United States. Each location features in-room desks, pay-per-view movies and video games, free breakfast, and nonsmoking and handicapped-accessible rooms. Baymont by Wyndham hotels also offer conference rooms, fax service and computer data ports.

Wishing to buy: 2
Red Lion Hotels

Start investments

$641,250

Franchise fee

$40,000 - $75,000

Royalty fee

5%

RLH Corporation comprises more than 1200 properties in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and South Korea, forging ahead as a leader in hospitality with our brands: Red Lion Hotels, Red Lion Inn & Suites, Hotel RL, Settle Inn and GuestHouse, 3 Palms Hotels and Resorts, America's Best Inns & Suites, Americas Best Value Inn, Canadas Best Value Inn, Country Hearth Inn & Suites, Jameson Inn, Lexington, Signature Inn and Value Inn Worldwide. Our company, which is grown publicly traded on the NYSE (RLH), has historic roots in the Pacific Northwest dating back more than 50 years.

Wishing to buy: 3
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts

Start investments

$67,248,940

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

5%

The InterContinental Hotels & Resorts franchise was the first international hotel brand in the world. The hotel franchise provides guests with memorable and unique experiences.

Wishing to buy: 2
Super 8 by Wyndham

Start investments

$209,638

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5.5%

Super 8's name is derived from its original room rate--$8.88 per night--when the first location opened in 1974 in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Since Super 8 began franchising in 1976, the motel chain has grown to more than 2,000 locations throughout the United States and Canada.

Wishing to buy: 2
Travelodge by Wyndham

Start investments

$198,850

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

4.5%

Building contractor Scott King opened his first motel, King's Auto Court in 1935-- in time to welcome guests visiting San Diego's World's Fair. Over the next five years, he opened 24 more hotels around Southern California. The first one under the name Travelodge opened in 1940, and this became the name of Scott's company in 1946. Today Travelodge by Wyndham is part of the Wyndham Hotels & Resorts group of hotel chains.

Wishing to buy: 2
Studio 6

Start investments

$3,695,700

Franchise fee

$25,000

Royalty fee

5%

The first Studio 6 opened in El Paso, Texas, in 1998 with the transformation of an existing Motel 6 into an extended-stay concept. Franchising since 1999, Studio 6 offers furnished rooms with work areas and kitchenettes. Today, the Studio 6 portfolio comprises more than 100 properties, located in key markets such as Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and Seattle.

Franchise Studio 6

Investments:

from $3,695,700

Studio 6
Extended-stay lodging

Investments:
from $3,695,700

Wishing to buy: 1
Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts

Start investments

$28,443,050

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

5%

Crowne Plaza® Hotels & Resorts appeal to the traveler seeking true upscale accommodations at a good value. The Crowne Plaza franchise is continuing to emerge with more than 140 hotels located in major cities and growing secondary markets around the world.

Wishing to buy: 2
Choice Hotels Int'l.

Start investments

$88,050

Franchise fee

$10,000 - $60,000

Royalty fee

Varies

In 1939, seven motor court owners in Florida met and decided they could be more successful working together, establishing standards for service and quality and helping each other to fill their rooms through a referral system. More and more owners joined and eventually the company, then Quality Courts United, decided to begin franchising. Today the company is known as Choice Hotels International, which includes 11 hotel brands ranging from the economy to upscale segments.

Wishing to buy: 1
Country Inns & Suites By Carlson

Start investments

$6,431,784

Franchise fee

$50,000

Royalty fee

5%

In 1987 Curt Carlson founded Country Inns & Suites, a companion to his family of hotels and restaurants that includes Radisson Hotels and TGI Friday's. The hotels, which are located in metropolitan and rural areas, feature studios and one-bedroom suites that may have refrigerators and microwaves.

Wishing to buy: 2
Days Inn by Wyndham

Start investments

$194,401

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

5.5%

Cecil B. Day opened his first hotel in Tybee Island, Georgia, in 1970. Since then, Days Inn has grown into a network of nearly 2,000 franchised hotels throughout the U.S. and worldwide, including some hotels that offer free breakfast and allow pets in select rooms.

Wishing to buy: 1
Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham

Start investments

$231,704

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

5.5%

Hawthorn Suites was founded by Hyatt Hotels in 1986. Today the brand is part of the Wyndham Hotels & Resorts group of chains. At every Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham, guest services include a complimentary buffet breakfast and evening social hour, exercise facilities, videocassette players, and on-site laundry and valet service. Business services include an oversized work area with two phone lines and a data port, personal voicemail and a complimentary daily paper.

Wishing to buy: 1
Hospitality Int'l. Inc.

Start investments

$133,600

Franchise fee

$5,000 - $15,000

Royalty fee

$35/room/mo.

Hospitality International represents five hotel brands: Red Carpet Inn, an economy to mid-level hotel chain started in 1968; Passport Inn, a budget and economy hotel chain with generally small properties; Scottish Inns, an economy, limited-service chain started in 1967; Master Hosts Inns, a mid- to upper-middle hotel chain with locations primarily in resort or destination areas; and Downtowner Inns, an economy to upper-economy hotel chain with locations primarily in city centers or downtown areas.

Wishing to buy: 1
Howard Johnson by Wyndham

Start investments

$311,903

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

4.5%

With a loan of $500, Howard Dearing Johnson purchased a small patent medicine shop in Quincy, Massachusetts, in 1925. He used an old-fashioned, hand-cranked freezer in the store's basement to make vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream for the shop's soda fountain.

Wishing to buy: 1
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham

Start investments

$3,863,974

Franchise fee

$40,000

Royalty fee

6%

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham attracts travelers looking for a simple and streamlined experience that still feels stylish and modern. Designed for peak efficiency at a reasonable price, Microtel offers kitchenettes, dual desks, and a modernized common area that invites guests to socialize and stay productive.

Wishing to buy: 1
Radisson

Start investments

$3,155,400

Franchise fee

$75,000

Royalty fee

5%

The first Radisson Hotel, named after 17th-center French explorer Pierre-Esprit Radisson, was opened in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1909. It was purchased in 1962 by Curt Carlson. Today the chain has locations in over 70 countries around the world. It remains a part of the Carlson hotel group, which also franchises Park Inn by Radisson, Park Plaza and Country Inns & Suites by Carlson.

Wishing to buy: 1
Ramada Worldwide by Wyndham

Start investments

$218,898

Franchise fee

$35,000

Royalty fee

4.5%

In 1954 a group of investors opened an inn in Flagstaff, Arizona, the first in a series of motor hotels to be opened by the group. Five years later, the chain was named Ramada, meaning "a shaded resting place" in Spanish.