Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport Completes Major Renovation
Tuesday May 6th, 2014 - 11:38AM B
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BALTIMORE—The Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport has completed a number of transformative renovation upgrades.
The upgrades include a completely made-over lobby, featuring an open-concept lounge with relaxed seating, communal tables and multiple televisions that create a more comfortable setting for catching up with friends and colleagues. Other improvements include the addition of a new function room, The Flight Deck, which at 4,000 square feet, can accommodate up to 200 guests. In addition, guest hallways were completely refurbished and the fitness center was upgraded with new, state-of-the-art Precor equipment.
The final step in refreshing the hotel’s meeting space is the installation of new wall coverings and doors. The hotel’s 16,000 square feet of meeting space is capable of handling from 25 to 800 guests. Additional upgrades are slated for this fall: the 280-room hotel’s 11thfloor concierge lounge will be renovated and the lobby sundry shop is being expanded to provide additional amenities.
“Although the hotel opened only in late 2006, our goal is to keep it fresh and appealing to guests,” stated Joseph Bojanowski, president, PMHS. “The investment and hard work immediately paid off with highly favorable comments from our guests. As a result of the renovation and implementation of new guest service initiatives, website reviewers now rate the Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport in the top five out of 26 competitive hotels. As we settle in from these renovations, our intent is to continue to move up in the rankings.”
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