Wyndham Peachtree Hotel Debuts Multimillion-Dollar Renovation
Friday January 3rd, 2014 - 10:05AM CGD
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PEACHTREE CITY, GA—The Wyndham Peachtree Hotel and Conference Center completed its multimillion-dollar renovation, a six-month project that refreshed the hotel’s guestrooms and lobby.
The hotel enlisted hospitality interior designers, Innvision, for the project.
Lobby enhancements address the needs of business and leisure travelers with sectional seating featuring wingback, chaise and table chairs. Jewel-tone carpeting, decorative lighting and end tables with accessible electrical outlets modernize the open floor plan. A communal table provides space for guests to multi-task, while a lobby bar and pool table offer a destination for guests.
“The changes that have come along with this renovation correspond perfectly with the high-level experience and service we aim to offer our guests,” stated Byron Perryman, general manager at Wyndham Peachtree Hotel and Conference Center. “Holly Kappes and her team at Innvision have done a superb job helping us select interior themes that are well-designed and efficient, yet as rich and lush as the property’s surroundings.”
Other additions include new cabinetry, stitched leather-texture headboards, decorative lighting, energy-efficient desk lamps with electric ports and refrigerators with reflective glass. All guestrooms have private balconies, 42-in., flat screen HDTVs with 62 channels and work desks with ergonomic chairs.
Tags: Wyndham Peachtree Hotel • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors • Guest Facing • Construction/Renovation •
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