The Courtyard by Marriott in Boynton Beach.

Three Marriott hotels in Florida have been sold for $68.8 million to a Delray Beach-based hotel operator with a sprawling portfolio, according to broker Hunter Hotel Advisors.

Rockwood Capital, a real estate investment and advisory firm, sold the hotels through limited liability companies.

In Boynton Beach, the Courtyard by Marriott at 1401 N. Congress Ave. was sold for $19.6 million to Boulder Hotel Boynton Beach LLC, which is affiliated with Malcolm Berman, according to Palm Beach County and state records.

The other two hotels are the Courtyard by Marriott Bradenton Riverfront at 100 Riverfront Blvd., which sold to Sleep Over LLC, and the SpringHill Suites by Marriott at 4835 W. Cypress St. in Tampa, which sold to Forty Winks LLC, according to Manatee and Hillsborough counties public records.

Sleep Over and Forty Winks are affiliated with Delray Beach-based hotel operator Ocean Properties Hotels Resorts & Affiliates, which has about 135 properties in the United States and Canada.

Ocean Properties is to manage all three hotels, according to Hunter Hotel Advisors, the Atlanta-based hospitality investment brokerage that handled the deals for the seller.

The Hunter Hotel Advisors team that worked on the deals included Trey Scott in Jacksonville, Shamir Patel in Orlando and Robert Taylor in Miami.