TPG acquires Marshall Hotels, moves HQ from R.I. to Maryland

Updated at 2:20 p.m.

TPG HOTELS, RESORTS AND MARINAS recently announced the acquisition of Marshall Hotels and Resorts, bringing its portfolio to more than 130 operated properties, comprising nearly 20,000 guest rooms in 26 states. / COURTESY TPG HOTELS, RESORTS AND MARINAS
TPG HOTELS, RESORTS AND MARINAS recently announced the acquisition of Marshall Hotels and Resorts, bringing its portfolio to more than 130 operated properties, comprising nearly 20,000 guest rooms in 26 states. / COURTESY TPG HOTELS, RESORTS AND MARINAS
PROVIDENCE – TPG Hotels, Resorts & Marinas is moving its headquarters from Rhode Island to Maryland after acquiring a management firm in the mid-Atlantic state that specializes in the operation of three- and four-star hotels and resorts. TPG Hotels, Resorts & Marinas, a national company that’s been based in Rhode Island as the hospitality management…

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  1. Sorry, neither Procaccianti or TPG have ever been considered community centered organizations. You especially know that when you look at their low involvement in local affairs, especially their support of cultural, educational, and charitable groups which is zilch. When you gauge the impact of a successful corporation with its headquarters on a community, look no further than Microsoft and the benefits it has brought to the Seattle area. As the saying goes, Procaccianti can’t even carry Microsoft’s glove!