China said to be taking offers for a handful of Anbang’s former US hotels

Check out the five properties authorities are "listening" to offers for

New York Weekend Edition /
Feb.February 25, 2018 05:42 PM

The Four Seasons Hotel in Jackson Hole could be up for sale. (Credit from back: Dhtrible, Pixabay)

After Chinese authorities seized the insurance giant’s assets on Friday, reports have stated all will remain the same — for the time being at least, but apparently offers are being received.

The Wall Street Journal reported that authorities were “listening” to various offers on a handful for U.S. hotels that made up Anbang Insurance Group’s hospitality portfolio. Here’s a look at what might be up for grabs. [WSJ] — Erin Hudson

Essex House Hotel

Essex House on far left. (Credit: Vincent Desjardins)

Four Seasons Hotels in Austin

Four Seasons Hotel Austin. (Credit: LoneStarMike)

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole. (Credit: Dhtrible)

InterContinental Hotel in Chicago

InterContinental Chicago. (Credit: TonyTheTiger)

InterContinental Hotel in Miami

InterContinental Miami. (Credit: Miami92)


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