Hilton Garden Inn Naperville/Warrenville Undergoes Brand Revitalization Initiative
Monday January 13th, 2014 - 9:17AM BGAC
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WARRENVILLE, IL—The 135-room Hilton Garden Inn Naperville/Warrenville located here completed its renovation December 2013, White Lodging Services announced today.
Hilton Garden Inn Naperville/Warrenville now features elements of Project Grow, a major brand revitalization initiative that includes upgrades to the property's communal spaces including the lobby and the guest reception area. Tailored color schemes, seating arrangements, lobby bars and updated floor and tile work are hallmarks of the Project Grow initiative.
"We are excited about our new lobby area," stated Lou DeMarchi, general manager Hilton Garden Inn Naperville/ Warrenville. “The atmosphere has dramatically changed from a traditional feel to one that is modern and sophisticated. The entire area is much more conducive to small meetings, just relaxing with friends having a drink or enjoying your favorite glass of wine."
Guests at the Hilton Garden Inn Naperville/Warrenville can start their day with a full cooked-to-order breakfast at the Garden Grille and Bar. Each hotel room includes an oversized desk with an ergonomic desk chair; flat screen TV; and a "hospitality center" with a mini-fridge, microwave oven and coffee maker.
Other hotel amenities include complimentary WiFi Internet access in guestrooms and public spaces; 24-hour business center featuring Print Spot remote printing which allows wireless printing from any laptop or smart phone; a fitness center, as well an indoor swimming pool.
Tags: Hilton Garden Inn • Hospitality • Amenities • Brands • Architecure & Interiors • Construction/Renovation •
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