Creek Indian Enterprises partners with DreamCatcher Hotels

The collaboration will expand and diversify the Poarch Band of Creek Indians’ portfolio of hotels

One of the Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority’s Wind Creek hotels.

Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority has partnered with DreamCatcher Development to further expand the DreamCatcher Hotels brand.

Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority is the economic development division of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians. CIEDA owns multiple hotels, both solely and through partnerships, in Alabama, Florida and North Carolina.

“Our shared vision of delivering exceptional hospitality aligns perfectly, and we believe that this partnership will create lasting value for our guests, our tribe and the communities we serve,” said Cody Williamson, president and CEO of CIEDA.

The collaboration will provide a wider range of experiences for guests, bring more innovation to the development of hotels and provide a guest-centric approach to hotel design and operations.

“Partnering with the tribe allows us to continue building on our award-winning DreamCatcher Hotels brand, while still providing our expertise on an array of hospitality projects,” said Zeke Cooper, DreamCatcher Hotels president and CEO.

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DreamCatcher Development, Native American owned and operated, is headquartered in Asheville, North Carolina, and has developed hotels in a number of states including Arizona, Louisiana,  North Carolina, Tennessee and Washington.

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