Acquisitions & Hotel Openings

Noble Investment Group Acquires Home2 Suites by Hilton Rock Hill | Charlotte

ATLANTA, GA. August 30, 2017 - Noble Investment Group ("Noble") today announced the acquisition of the Home2 Suites by Hilton Rock Hill | Charlotte. The contemporary, extended stay hotel opened in May 2017 in Rock Hill, South Carolina – a suburb of Charlotte.

Rock Hill is home to numerous corporate demand generators who occupy more than 6.5 million square feet of office space, including well-renowned Knowledge Park. The hotel location offers easy circulation to the greater I-77 corridor which links Rock Hill directly to downtown Charlotte. The hotel is within walking distance to numerous restaurants and shops, as well as popular attractions such as the Rock Hill Galleria Mall. The hotel is also convenient to Winthrop University, Historic Downtown Rock Hill and Piedmont Medical Center.

"Rock Hill and the greater I-77 corridor continue to be an exciting growth zone in the Charlotte MSA. This is a diversified market with corporate, education and leisure anchors that creates seven-day/week demand," said Noble vice president, Dustin Fisher. "The newly opened Home2 Suites by Hilton is well suited to capture all segments of this demand base."

The Home2 Suites by Hilton Rock Hill | Charlotte features 105 studio and one-bedroom suites, each with a full kitchen, work space, storage area, and a living area with sleeper sofa. The hotel also offers complimentary breakfast, complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, a fully-equipped, 24-hour business center and flexible meeting space for small meetings or events. Guests can also enjoy a heated indoor saline swimming pool, outdoor patio with lounging and grill areas, and Home2 Suites innovative Spin2Cycle laundry and fitness facility.

For more information or to make reservations, please visit home2suites3.hilton.com or call the hotel directly at 803.980.6000.

About Noble Investment Group

Since 1993, Noble has specialized in making value-added, opportunistic and income investments in upscale select service and extended-stay hotels affiliated with Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton and Intercontinental. Through its private equity real estate funds, Noble has invested more than $3 billion in communities throughout the United States, creating thousands of jobs. As a fiduciary to state pensions, university endowments and foundations, Noble's endeavors help to preserve and grow our limited partners' capital which provides retirement benefits for millions of our country's teachers, policemen and firefighters as well as financial resources for students to attend college. For more information, please visit nobleinvestment.com.

Contact:
Scarlett Reveron
scarlett.reveron@nobleinvestment.com
404.682.1906

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