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Davenport hotels in Spokane sold to Colorado group

SPOKANE, Wash. — A chain of upscale hotels in Spokane, Wash., has been sold to Colorado-based KSL Capital Partners.

Terms of the sale of the Historic Davenport Hotel, built in 1914, and four other hotels in downtown Spokane were not released.

Sellers Walt and Karen Worthy announced the sale, which comprises of about 1,700 hotel rooms, on Tuesday, The Spokesman-Review reported.

A representative of the new operating group said the sale would not affect the service experience at the five properties, which also include the Davenport Tower, the Davenport Lusso, the Davenport Grand and the Centennial.

“You won’t see any change in the name of the hotel,” said Pete Sams, chief operations officer for Davidson Hospitality Group, which will operate the hotels on behalf of KSL Capital. “We have a great reverence for the service and experience these hotels provide.”

Davidson is retaining all staff and the leadership team in place at the Davenport hotels, including Lynnelle Caudill, who has been managing director of the brand since 2002, when the Worthys reopened the Historic Davenport.

KSL already had regional holdings that include the Hayden Lake Marina, Crystal Mountain Resort and the citizenM hotel in Seattle.

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