The owner of Embassy Suites Loveland filed for bankruptcy, but don't worry. A spokesman for John Q. Hammons Hotels & Resorts says it won't affect operations.

According to the Loveland Reporter Herald:

The company filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Kansas City on Sunday.

CEO Jacquie Dowdy says:

John Q. Hammons Hotels is "financially stable and performing well. The financial restructuring will enable the companies and their advisers to better navigate the litigious environment that has encumbered the family of companies the past several years.

Apparently, the company is tied up in a dispute with an investor who loaned Hammons several hundred millions dollars over a decade ago. A trial set to start next month in Delaware is supposed to determine whether the company has to sell its hotels to the investor.