Hotel Opening Texas

Studio 6 Opens 100th Location

Studio 6 in Colorado City, TX
Studio 6 Opens 100th Location

G6 Hospitality

G6 Hospitality today announced the opening of its 100th Studio 6 location in Colorado City, TX. This milestone property is a new construction extended stay Studio 6 featuring the brand's new award-winning 'Phoenix' design.

The newly-built Studio 6 is located at 940 Interstate Highway 20 West (exit 215) in Colorado City, TX. It is owned by Mukesh Bhakta and operating under the entity PK Rock Hospitality, LLC. Bhakta has been an operator of the iconic brands for more than 15 years, and built the first franchise Studio 6 in Port Arthur, TX, in 2001. Currently, Bhakta operates nine additional properties located throughout the states of Texas and Louisiana. 

"G6 Hospitality is thrilled to celebrate the opening of its 100thStudio 6 alongside our long-term partner and friend Mukesh Bhakta, who has been a dedicated partner and a loyal friend of our brands for many years," said Dean Savas, Executive Vice President of Franchise and International Development, G6 Hospitality.

This brand new extended stay property consists of 64 rooms featuring elements of the brand's award-winning "Phoenix" design, which incorporates sleek wood-effect flooring, flat-screen televisions, pedestal beds, granite bathroom countertops and a bold color scheme. Additionally, the Studio 6 Colorado City offers all the amenities and services guests need for a comfortable extended stay, including a fully-equipped kitchen with pots, pans, dishes, microwave, refrigerator, guest laundry, cable TV, available Wi-Fi, and parking.

G6 Hospitality, management company of the iconic Studio 6 and Motel 6 brands, was acquired by Blackstone Group in October 2012. Since then, Blackstone has invested nearly a half-billion dollars in the brands. By the end of 2015, G6 Hospitality reported record growth of 26 percent. Additionally, the company continues aggressive renovations of its network, featuring an all-new, modern room design that is not only more aestheticly pleasing, but also more functional and energy efficient. It is a new standard that is raising the bar for the economy lodging segment. 

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