Sage Hospitality Completes Eight Hotel Renovations
Wednesday June 5th, 2013 - 9:49AM DC
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DENVER—Sage Hospitality has completed the $12.5-million renovation of eight Ohio hotels in Sage's Select Service portfolio.
The SpringHill Suites and TownePlace Suites hotels have completed full renovations of their guest rooms, lobbies and public areas, updating each with a fresh, contemporary look. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, guests will now appreciate modern elegance that is inviting yet functional at these eight select hotels.
The newly renovated properties include SpringHill Suites Northeast, SpringHill Suites Columbus Airport Gahanna, TownePlace Suites Cincinnati Northeast, TownePlace Suites Cincinnati Blue Ash, TownePlace Suites Cleveland Airport, TownePlace Suites Cleveland Westlake, TownePlace Suites Columbus Airport Gahanna and TownePlace Suites Findlay.
Renovations at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott hotels focus on a vibrant new color pallet and improved guest spaces to include an enhanced breakfast seating area to showcase the evolving breakfast offerings. The guest rooms emphasize fresh clean lines, soothing colors and highlight the amenities proven to be important to today's savvy business traveler.
The new TownePlace Suites by Marriott hotels are brightly colored, modern, extended stay suites featuring fully equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Each hotel also added a new, inviting and cheerful breakfast room designed to provide more room for guests.
"The new look of these hotels creates an exciting experience for our guests, it has really elevated the atmosphere, our associates are excited to share it with our guests," Robert Butler, senior vice president operations, Select Service Hotel for Sage, said in a statement.
Tags: • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors • Guest Facing •
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