Multimillion-Dollar Reno of Pfister Hotel Completed
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MILWAUKEE—Marcus Hotels & Resorts, a division of The Marcus Corporation, has completed a multimillion-dollar renovation of the 178 tower guestrooms of its flagship property, the Pfister Hotel, here.
The renovated tower guestrooms were designed to reflect livable luxury, according to the company, blending tradition with modern aesthetics and amenities. They feature a neutral color palette of grays with a pop of color. Bathrooms feature marble vanity tops and flooring, a separate commode stall and a tiled shower. A workspace is also offered.
The completed renovations are part of a multi-year, multimillion-dollar reinvestment in the property, which includes new club floors offering additional enhancements and amenities for guests, a high-tech executive boardroom and a Club Lounge, completed in April 2013.
As part of the renovation, the hotel introduced two new club floors with added personalized conveniences and services, including access to the VIP Club Lounge on the 23rd loor and a private attendant. The new executive boardroom, Twenty 3, was also introduced last year. It offers multiple 4K LED monitors, including 3D, gesture recognition, iPad multimedia controls, surround sound and an iMac lab.
Tags: The Pfister Hotel • Milwaukee • Marcus Hotels & Resorts • Hospitality • Construction/Renovation •
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