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Private firm to update Army hotels
Tuesday - 7/10/2012, 8:05am EDT
The Washington Post reported the service is seeking new ways to maximize its real estate.
Now the company Rest Easy is updating accommodations at Washington-area bases. They're expanding and modernizing existing hotels. They may be more comfortable but not exactly luxurious. For example, a facility at Fort Belvoir is becoming a Holiday Inn Express.
The Army's deal with Rest Easy lasts 50 years. When it's over, the service plans to resume control of the hotels.
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