Ultima, Argosy Complete HIEx Revamp
Monday April 15th, 2013 - 10:24AM GH
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MILL VALLEY, CA—Ultima Hospitality, in partnership with Argosy Real Estate, completed a multimillion-dollar renovation of the 100-room Holiday Inn Express Mill Valley San Francisco Area hotel here in southern Marin County.
The redesign includes all guestrooms, public space and the property’s exterior.
“This renovation was designed to be completely customer-focused, increasing the value to our guests,” said Mark Zettl, COO/Ultima Hospitality. “Our goal is to not only meet, but rather exceed guests’ expectations as well as our Holiday Inn Express brand partner’s standards.”
Guestrooms feature queen- or king-size beds, a sitting area with a lounge chair and an in-room coffee machine. Each guestroom features contemporary styling, a 42-inch, HD flat-screen television, iPod docking station and complimentary wireless Internet access. Many rooms have a deck or patio.
Additional amenities include a heated outdoor pool area with deck, private cabanas, a whirlpool spa and an outdoor fire pit. A business center, fitness center and multiple meeting and event spaces also are available.
The hotel also offers the complimentary Express Start breakfast bar that features a full range of breakfast items.
Located at the base of Mount Tamalpais, the Holiday Inn Express Mill Valley San Francisco Area is five miles from the northern terminus of the Golden Gate Bridge and 11 miles from downtown San Francisco. The hotel overlooks environmentally protected wetlands, numerous bike paths and is near Muir Woods, Stinson Beach and Napa Valley wine country.
Tags: • Hospitality • Construction/Renovation • Ownership •
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