Hospitality & Leisure

Foley’s Hospitality & Leisure attorneys use a multidisciplinary approach to delivering industry-specific services related to golf courses, clubs, hotels and restaurants, resorts, and timeshare/fractional ownership and timeshare properties.
In the hospitality business, providing your guests and customers with world-class service is always the goal. We share your focus on client satisfaction, which has earned us recognition for our legal skills and client services. For our clients, we work side-by-side with them through the entire life cycle of their asset, negotiating a full range of agreements and helping them realize and protect the value of their assets and brands.

Foley’s multidisciplinary Hospitality & Leisure Industry Team prides itself on delivering industry-specific services related to golf courses, clubs, hotels and restaurants, resorts, and timeshare/fractional ownership properties. Our lawyers have served as industry lobbyists, drafted legislation on behalf of the industry, and currently hold leadership positions for relevant committees on several trade associations. This experience is utilized to ensure the highest quality of legal assistance with day-to-day operational issues, as well as your most difficult legal challenges.

We understand that the hospitality industry has multiple components and we have organized our practice to address all facets of the industry. As you would expect from a large international law firm, our multidisciplinary team of attorneys is your single source for answers to any of your most pressing legal issues.

Representative Matters

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Represented Aimbridge Hospitality L.P., a Dallas-based hotel management and investment company, in connection with the acquisition from various sellers of numerous hotel properties in various states
Represented Ashford Hospitality Trust in connection with acquisition of a 21 property, 4,094 room hotel portfolio for approximately $250 million
18-property hotel portfolio refinance, with a total debt amount (mortgage debt and mezzanine debt) equal to $450,000,000

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