CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) — The Holiday Inn in downtown Cumberland has a new owner.
The Cumberland Times-News reported Monday that CHPHC Hotel LLC of New York bought the 130-room property Feb. 8 from Maryland Motel Management Inc.
State tax records list the sale price at $3.6 million. That’s $1.3 million less than the 2005 sale price of $4.9 million.
The 40-year-old hotel is located near the downtown pedestrian mall and the Amtrak station. It was the city’s only major chain hotel for many years until a Fairfield Inn opened in 2009.
The Holiday Inn had a workforce of 53 late last year.
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