Embassy Suites Napa Valley Completes Transformation of Public Areas
Friday February 7th, 2014 - 9:24AM BGAC
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NAPA, CA—Embassy Suites Napa Valley has completed a year-long, extensive renovation of its public areas and meeting space. The full-service hotel is owned by FelCor Lodging Trust, based in Irving, TX and managed by Hilton Worldwide.
The 2013 renovation included new stone and pebble design for the front circular drive, a new “café mocha” color for the exterior, modern furnishings for the lobby, atrium, restaurant, lounge, millpond area, swimming pools, sun decks, pre-function space, meeting rooms and a newly built fitness center. A renovation of the 205 guest suites was completed in 2012 using the same décor.
“The extensive transformation of our lobby, atrium, restaurant, meeting and event space as well as the addition of a new fitness center will enable our hotel to provide guests with superior accommodations and a highly satisfying overall stay,” stated Reynaldo Zertuche, general manager, Embassy Suites Napa Valley. “Our new furnishings and stylish design will continue to appeal to leisure travelers looking for a fun, contemporary wine country experience as well as to business travelers that need more space to work and relax and to families who enjoy more space to spread out.”
Located at 1075 California Blvd., the hotel is one mile from the revitalized downtown Napa area and just over 50 miles from the Oakland and San Francisco International Airports.
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