Courtyard by Marriot Charlottesville - Univ. of VA Medical Center completes renovations

Crestline Hotels & Resorts completed a major guestroom update and renovation of the Courtyard by Marriott Charlottesville- University of Virginia Medical Center.

To complement the recent brand refresh of the hotel's lobby, the hotel’s 139 guestrooms, suites and hallways were updated with new soft goods and furniture. Guestrooms now feature new bedding, carpeting, wall coverings and draperies that include Courtyard's signature features such as a work space, more spacious bathrooms, a separate seating area, and complimentary in-room Internet connectivity. In addition, each guestroom now has a microwave and mini-fridge.

The hotel's double-double rooms were converted to queen-queen rooms, providing more spacious bedding. Also new, in select king-bedded rooms, is a wet bar feature; while all suites and select king-bedded rooms now include a Keurig Coffee Maker with a variety of K-Cup options. Guests staying in suites will enjoy an iHome clock radio/dock.

The Courtyard hotel lobby boasts contrasting colors, including blue, green, orange and red. The traditional front desk was replaced with separate welcome pedestals to create more personal and private interactions when guests check in. Adaptable seating options range from a communal table in the middle of the lobby, more private media booths with high-definition televisions, and the semi-enclosed lounge area.

Dining was redesigned, with The Bistro - Eat. Drink. Connect. offering flexible seating.

For events and meetings, there is a choice of three meeting rooms, totaling 1,900 square feet of space, as well as banquet and catering services.

The property is located at 1201 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Virginia.  It is near the campus of the University of Virginia and within walking distance to the University Medical Center.













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