Fusion Lodging has added new hotels to its holdings along the Oregon coast, from Newport to Seaside, and is ready to welcome tourists to these properties.

In June, Fusion Lodging purchased Seagull Beachfront Inn in Lincoln City, a 25-room inn located at the 15th Street beach access boasting ocean views from every room. Shortly afterward, Coastal Inn (formerly Travelodge) along Highway 101 was added to its roster. The hotel has 53 rooms and recently got a fresh exterior paint job.

The company purchased two properties in Seaside — Coast River Inn and City Center Motel. The company also purchased seven cabins in Oceanside — Ocean Front Cabins — 200 yards from the beach access at Oceanside State Recreational Area.

Along with these properties, Fusion Lodging owns and operates The Waves Hotel and Moolack Shores Inn in Newport and Clarion Inn Surfrider Resort and Sirens Restaurant in Depoe Bay.

Fusion Lodging CEO Sazzadur Rahman said, “The hospitality industry is one of the largest economic sectors in the world, and definitely here along the Oregon coast. While it has taken a hit over the past 18 months due to the worldwide pandemic, people are excited to be traveling again, and we want to provide them with clean, comfortable accommodations. We feel lucky to be able to help people get back out and experience travel, especially along the beautiful Oregon coast.”

Fusion Lodging, founded by longtime visionary and CEO Sazzadur Rahman, specializes in finding hotels that have been neglected and undervalued, turning them into unique lodgings that delight guests.

Find more information online at https://www.fusionlodging.com

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