Where is Rodeway Inn Corporate office Headquarters

Rodeway Inn Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 2101 E Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 480-393-3090
  • Fax Number: 123
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1692
  • Founder: Michael Robinson
  • Key People: Patrick Pacious, Dominic Dragisich

Rodeway Inn Headquarters Location & Directions

Rodeway Inn Headquarters Executive Team



Patrick Pacious

President and Chief Executive Officer

Dominic Dragisich

Chief Financial Officer

Simone Wu

Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary & External Affairs

David A. Pepper

Chief Development Officer

Janis Cannon

Senior Vice President, Upscale Brands

Patrick Cimerola

Chief Human Resources Officer

Robert McDowell

Chief Commercial Officer

John Bonds

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Operations and Technology

Mark Pearce

Senior Vice President, International Division

William Carlson

Senior Vice President, Performance Analytics

About Rodeway Inn, History and Headquarters Information


Rodeway Inn founded by Michael Robinson in 1962 is based in Phoenix, Arizona. The vantage company of Dallas, Texas took the charge of the Rodeway Inn in 1971. Since then its main focus was on franchising. Rodeway Inn chain was then purchased by different brands furthermore.


Today, Rodeway Inn consists of more than 450 hotels all over United States. Rodeway Inn’s first franchise was acquired by Ladbrokes in 1985 which was sold to Ramada in 1987. The Choice Hotels Corporate group accompanied the brand in 1990. Rodeway Inn franchise were also purchased by Friendship Inn and Econo Lodge.


Today, Rodeway Inn owns almost about 450 hotels that are spread all across the United States. The most notable one among them is the Last Vegas Convention center that houses a bowling alley, a splendid casino and billiards. Rodeway Inn is also famous for its good reputation and a positive customer feedback.

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  • Extremely disappointed says:

    I have stayed at the same roadway inn two different times both times me and my wife got very sick don’t know what it was something in the room dog poop in the parking lot everywhere garbage overflowing in garbage cans pool drains with garbage in it fence falling down just a big crap hole in omak Washington honestly it needs to be shut down

  • Michael Nelson says:

    my wife left her purse accidentally at Rodeway in castaic california. As she is disabled, this is most difficult.my wife daughter and granddaughter had all passed immediately out when we had left.I did’nt mind however as it was the first peace and quiet i had in days. We were about 75 to 100 miles past the oregon border when my wife looked at me and says she thinks she left her purse in california at RODEWAY. I said F$&#. Since then we have spoken to the manager who has thoroughly insulted us. We were told it has been sent, We were told they would send tomorrow, We were told we should not have left it. I have spoken with CHOICE HOTELS given claim numbers, the manager had promised 3 of their operators he would send the following day……This is the most unprofessional and disturbing HOSPITALITY based business I personally have ever done business with.NEVER will I EVER stay at RODEWAY INN in CASTAIC CALIFORNIA. I cant really afford to drive the over thousand miles back, and the car rental fee, nor the cost of flight and car rental. Our emergency money, her rings and ID are all in it. It also had some other very important items, This ongoing battle is a disgrace. It has been almost a month, I had even contacted a courier to retrieve it to ship back via fed ex. But was told it had been sent, so when i went to confirm was told it would be shipped the following day. Tomorrow being monday, I will be contacting corporate and not CHOICE HOTELS. I had also scheduled time to speak to an attorney to bring suit for this unconscionable hanus company.

  • Albert DeForge says:

    My husband and I stayed at the Roadway Inn in Fargo, ND. on Friday 7/3/20. Terrible. The carpeting in the room was filthy -stains visible. Mirrors looked like they had grease smeared on them. Chair (white!) was stained and furniture was all mismatched and looked more like they went to a rummage sale to pick up a few things. Washcloths were very thin rags. Hall rug was filthy – not vacuumed. The two doors by our room were both broke and propped open (note was posted on them). We closed them anyway because anybody/thing could just walk right in. Grounds had fast food trash strewn through out. There were 3 “shady” looking young people stooped down outside one of the doors doing “something”. There were 2 patrol cars that stopped in and walked around the bldg. Through out the night and early morning hours there were people coming and going either walking or driving. We thought druggies. My husband didn’t sleep – kept looking out the window to check on the car and see who was walking around. I’ll never stay at another Roadway Inn. Their website is extremely decieving. Our recommendation is to stay somewhere else!

  • Gary Dunn says:

    Stayed at the Roadway Inn in Billings, Montana and it was more like a flop house very dirty and unkept.

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