July 1, 2022


Travel Finishes First

Decide OKs bankrupt downtown San Jose hotel’s revamp, reopening looms

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SAN JOSE — A judge on Wednesday permitted a system to economically revamp a bankrupt downtown San Jose resort, clearing the way for the lodging intricate to reopen and be operated as a Signia Hilton model.

The end of the individual bankruptcy case will allow the 805-home Fairmont Lodge to open its doorways yet again under the new identify Signia Hilton San Jose.

“We have the correct brand name and the proper staff,” claimed Sam Hirbod, the principal operator of the resort, which is situated at 170 S. Industry St. in San Jose. “We are amazingly assured in Hilton’s tactic to hospitality, their comprehension of this asset, and their marketplace understanding.”

The hotel has been shut considering that March in the wake of coronavirus-connected economic jolts and a struggle with the hotel’s former operator.

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