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John Q. Hammons Hotels Inc., of Springfield, Mo., which owns the Embassy Suites in Little Rock, is looking to build a hotel in North Little Rock.

John Q. Hammons, CEO and chairman of the company, said it wouldn't be another Embassy Suites, because the market couldn't support it.

Hammons wouldn't say what hotel would be constructed because the deal isn't nailed down yet.

"We're not ready to announce anything until next year," he said.

The site is at the northeast corner of Interstate 430 and Crystal Hill Road.
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Title Annotation:John Q. Hammons Hotels Inc. considers hotel in North Little Rock, Arkansas
Comment:Hello Maumelle.(John Q. Hammons Hotels Inc. considers hotel in North Little Rock, Arkansas)
Publication:Arkansas Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Dec 25, 2000
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