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Avison Young Lists Red Roof Inn - Tupelo, MS

Red Roof InnAvison Young, as sole exclusive agent, is pleased to offer the fee-simple interest in the Red Roof Inn (collectively known as the "Property," or "Hotel"), an economy hotel located in Tupelo, Mississippi.

Built in 1994, the Red Roof Inn is a 96-room, two-story economy hotel in Tupelo, Mississippi. The Hotel was renovated in 2008 and the lobby was renovated in 2013 to meet Hampton Inn standards. Additionally, the Property received a renovation in the fall of 2015. This included replacing the room carpets with wood flooring and painting.

The Property is conveniently located within five miles of the University of Mississippi-Tupelo and within two miles of North Mississippi Medical Center. Local area attractions nearby include the birthplace and museum of Elvis Presley, Tupelo National Battlefield, Mall at Bars Crossing, Oren Dunn City Museum, Scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, and the Tupelo Automobile Museum. Businesses in the nearby area are FMC Corporation, Day-Brite, Cooper Tires, Bassett Furniture, Ashley Furniture, Toyota and the Tupelo Furniture Market.

The Property contains a 24-hour front desk, business center, meeting facilities, free hot breakfast, free WiFi internet access, breakfast area, laundry service, outdoor pool and fitness center. The Property has 96 guestrooms which are complete with work desk and chair, telephone, curved shower rod, Waterpik showerhead, 32 inch HDTV, iron and ironing board, lap desk and coffee maker.

PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS

  • 96 guestrooms
  • Two-story, one exterior and one interior corridor building
  • Centrally located near University of Mississippi-Tupelo
  • Conveniently located near corporate demand generators
  • Located half way between Memphis, TN and Birmingham, Alabama

For more information regarding this property, contact Wendy Blissett, CCIM at wblissett@hotelassetsgroup.com or 678-596-9669.

published: 02-16-2017

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