The Drake Oak Brook hotel located in Oak Brook, IL, has officially reopened after undergoing extensive renovations. First Hospitality Group, Inc. (FHG) will manage the independent boutique hotel, owned by Jim and Tely Nagle.
Old Kinderhook, the Lake of the Ozarks’ premiere golf and lake resort, announces the opening of The Lodge at Old Kinderhook, a new 84-room lodge and conference center. “The lodge completes the destination resort experience at Old Kinderhook. For nearly 15 years, Old Kinderhook has built a reputation for exceptional golf, outstanding dining venues, marina facilities and lake living the way it’s meant to be. With the addition of 84 guest rooms, a state of the art conference center and new amenities, we will better serve the 25,000 people that visit Old Kinderhook each year and welcome new guests,” said Bob Renken, Executive Director, Old Kinderhook. The new lodge is located adjacent to the existing golf shop along with “The Ice,” an outdoor ice rink.
Set against the dramatic skyline on the banks of the Chicago River, Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel will unveil its much buzzed about $27 Million lobby and guestroom transformation this April. A looking-glass reflecting the urban energy and captivating history that is Chicago, the newest hotel of the globally recognized Renaissance Hotel brand, located at 1 West Wacker Drive, will set a new standard of discovery, provoking both guests and locals’ interests to explore the modern outlook that has defined the Windy City.
A $7 million interior renovation of the iconic landmark tower at Grand Traverse Resort and Spa is underway, and the design elements of the 186 rooms involved were greatly influenced by resort guests.
“We listened to our guests, including meeting guests and leisure guests, we directly incorporated their desires and really reflected their wishes in the design,” Ryan Buck, director of sales for Grand Traverse Resort and Spa said.
The Lodge of Four Seasons Provides an Artist Rendering of Guest Rooms as a Part of the Multi-Million Dollar Remodeling
Lodge of Four Seasons, LLC, managed by Access Hotels & Resorts released the detailed artist rendering of the guest rooms as a part of the multi-million dollar renovation project of the famed Lodge of Four Seasons Resort located at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Renovation of the property will include remodeling of guest rooms which will include the addition of 55 inch televisions, new draperies, carpeting, fittings, beds and bedding, wall coverings, bath vanities, mirrors and lighting, ergonomic chairs and desk and other decorative accessories plus replacement of all exterior sliding doors.
Chateau On The Lake Resort, Spa & Convention Center In Missouri Completes Renovation of Guest Rooms & Meeting Space
The AAA Four-Diamond Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa & Convention Center in Missouri has completed the renovation of its 301 guest rooms and suites, and the renovation of all of its smaller meeting rooms. In addition, the resort added a new Executive Board Room with state-of-the-art A/V and technology capabilities, and enhanced all of its meeting space (including its Great Hall ballroom) with new LED lighting, new flex-back banquet chairs, and new “linenless” meeting tables. Situated in the picturesque Ozark Mountains overlooking scenic Table Rock Lake, the resort features 43,500 square feet of meeting space all on one level and is widely recognized as one of the finest resorts in the Midwest.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Minneapolis Park Place Announces Completion of Renovations to Public Spaces
The DoubleTree by Hilton Minneapolis Park Place announces completion of renovations to the hotel lobby, incorporating a modern feel with welcoming features.
Comprehensive renovations to the lobby incorporate thoughtful touches to create a warm arrival for travelers and group guests. The new lobby design, reflective of the local area’s vibrant entertainment and social scene, features porcelain tile flooring, all new furniture, an expanded entrance with revolving front door, and front desk pods with a modern design and quartz crystal countertops. Additional upgrades include a lobby community table wired with power outlets, and an internet connectivity zone with state-of-the-art computers for web browsing, printing boarding passes and more.
New round of renovations in process to complete transformation of KC Marriott Downtown by end of 2015
The final phases of a $3 million renovation of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown’s Muehlebach Tower meeting rooms and public spaces is scheduled for completion April 1. The project, begun in November, focuses on values important to today's hotel target audience of millennial guests and meeting planners: modern aesthetics, flexible work and meeting spaces, accessibility, and sustainability. High-tech functionality is at the essence of an interior design theme that favors modern, urban chic sophistication. Jazz, Art Deco and Beaux-Arts motifs reflecting the colorful history of downtown Kansas City’s Gilded Age are employed through stylized forms to give visitors a unique sense of place.
Access Hotels & Resorts are pleased to announce a multi-million dollar renovation project of the famed Lodge of Four Seasons Resort located at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Renovation of the property will include remodeling all guest rooms including replacement of all exterior sliding doors and the addition of 55 inch televisions, updating all public areas including the entry, lobby, restaurants, meeting rooms, atrium, hallways, exterior building enhancements, including the main swimming pool, roadways and sidewalks plus the replacement of the heating and cooling systems.
The Westin Cincinnati announced that it has begun work on a multi-million dollar renovation that includes significant upgrades and contemporary enhancements to its 456 guest rooms. Additionally, the hotel has completed construction on an innovative meeting space, Tangent at Westin™.
“The Westin brand is about living well and the changes that we are making to this renowned property are designed to inspire well-being in travel, work, meetings and vacations,” said Kathleen Gilbey, the Westin Cincinnati general manager. “We look forward to revealing our re-design in the coming months, and will of course continue to provide our guests with excellent service during this time of transition”