Millennium Harvest House Boulder Unveils Enhanced Guestrooms
Tuesday June 24th, 2014 - 1:52PM G
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NEW YORK—Millennium Hotels and Resorts has unveiled 100 refreshed Superior and Deluxe guestrooms and suites at Millennium Harvest House Boulder in Boulder, CO, as part of a multimillion-dollar investment program by the company across it 14 North American locations.
The 269-room property features guestrooms ranging from 350 sq. ft. to 1,168 sq. ft. The guestrooms feature deep color accents complementing neutral tones. Additional updates include larger contemporary bathrooms and a mini-refrigerator in each room. Suites will also feature a wet bar and microwave.
The sports bar Coaches Corner will feature 12 new flat-screen TVs. Completion on this refresh is expected by late summer. An additional investment of more than $200,000 into the technology infrastructure will be made to deliver higher- and faster-quality Internet, in addition to refresh work to the hotel’s public spaces and façade.
“With the renovation of Millennium Harvest House Boulder, we have rejuvenated this quintessentially Colorado hotel in one of the country’s most pristine locations,” stated Matthew T. Mrozinski, president, North America. “We look forward to welcoming guests as the destination gears up for the summer season.”
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