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Units: 123 - Location: America's $12,000,000.00

Property Details

Price $12,000,000 Last Renovation 2017 Building Size 63,520sq. ft. Units 123 Property Type Hotel Lot Size 3acre Floors 4
Property Description


Complimentary breakfast

Fitness and health center

Outdoor Pool

Business Center

Laundry Services

Free Onsite Parking

Free Wifi Throughout

Sundry Shop

24-Hour Front Desk

Flat Screen TVs

Microwaves & Refrigerators in suites

Free airport shuttle

Coffee/Tea in common area



Hotel Brokers, Inc is pleased to announce the sale of the recently-updated, 4-story, interior corridor, Hampton Inn that is located in Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana. The hotel is comprised of 123 state-of-the-art guests rooms, an exercise facility, business center, as well as an outdoor pool for convenience.

Shreveport-Bossier City is popular place to visit, as the area has a lot to offer. Many people come visit the University of Louisiana Shreveport, to see the Mighty 8th Air Force at Barksdale Air Force Base, or to shop at the various outlet malls. Others come to try their luck at the Louisiana Downs and the several casinos in the area, or they flock to Shreveport for the museums, malls, theaters and restaurants.

Market Summary

Location Overview The Hampton Inn hotel in Shreveport / Bossier City I-20 is close to it all. It is centrally located to many area attractions such as Casinos (Diamond Jacks, Harrah’s LA Down’s Horseshoe Casino, Boomtown, Eldorado & Sam’s Town) and also just minutes from Barksdale Airforce Base, The LA Boardwalk, Cyber Command Center, Downtown Shreveport and The Shreveport Convention Center. This hotel provides its guests with the convenience to the business or leisure traveler with its free airport shuttle, and the fact that it is only 1 minute drive the Shreveport Downtown Airport.

Bossier City - Shreveport Overview Sprinkled among the lakes and bayous in this northwestern part of the state are scenic state parks, excellent fishing and hunting grounds, and great nature-viewing areas, including portions of the Kisatchie National Forest, which spreads across some 600,000 acres. In the cities of Shreveport and Bossier City, seven casinos and a horse racing track entertain visitors. The Louisiana Boardwalk is a hub for outlet shopping, dining and recreation. African-American culture is featured in museums and along the self-guided African American Heritage Tour of Shreveport-Bossie