BayStar Hotel Group managing Embassy Suites Orlando - North

BayStar Hotel Group has been retained to manage the Embassy Suites Orlando ― North and oversee its $3.5 million renovation.

"The hotel looks good now, and it will be spectacular after the renovation," said George Glover, chairman of BayStar Hotel Group. Plans call for updating the guestrooms and public areas with new colors and fabrics. The lobby and registration area will be transformed into a friendly, state-of-the-art welcoming center with individual, pod-style registration kiosks. All meeting space will be transformed into multi-functional areas to accommodate meeting planners and event specialists. The Omaha Steakhouse, located within the hotel atrium will receive a complete update to emphasize its upscale positioning in the North Orlando steakhouse market.

Embassy Suites Orlando - North has 277 spacious, two-room suites, including five "conference room" suites with a board room set up instead of the traditional living room. It features 71,000 square feet of meeting space with catering by the on-site Omaha Steak House, which also handles the hotel's room service.

There is a 50-50 mix of business and leisure guests, and the hotel provides meeting rooms, a business center, audio/visual equipment rental, HSIA, WIFI, along with some unusual business services, including a notary public and complimentary printing service.
 

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