Courtyard by Marriott New Haven/Orange completes renovations

Orange, Conn. – The Courtyard by Marriott New Haven/Orange hotel has announced the completion of a comprehensive renovation to all public areas.

“These renovations will enhance our guests’ experience with the brand and their stay immediately upon arrival,” said Nadine Azzaro, GM. “One of the most noticeable improvements was to our lobby, which features an open, bright and contemporary design in accents of blue, green, orange and red.”

The floor-to-ceiling lobby transformation has created new places to eat, work, connect and relax in an inviting area filled with comfortable and flexible seating options. The traditional front desk has been replaced with separate welcome podiums for a more personalized check-in. A large, communal table, located in the middle of the action, provides a casual area to mix and mingle. Flexible and functional media pods, semi-enclosed booths with personal high-definition TVs, provide a place to work and socialize. Guests can retrieve information at their fingertips with the signature, interactive GoBoard, a 52-inch LCD touch screen packed with area information, restaurants, weather, and maps. With complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, guests can easily work and stay connected while on the road.

The new lobby Bistro provides an enhanced menu for travelers with hot picks, refreshing choices and healthy options. Breakfast is made-to-order along with Starbucks-brewed coffee. And a complete restaurant area and bar add ambiance and dining for evening activity.

Other areas that received improvements include all guestroom corridors, meeting spaces and exercise room. In addition, all guestrooms received new furniture.

The 121-room Courtyard by Marriott New Haven/Orange, located at 136 Marsh Hill Road, is convenient to Yale University, Yale West Campus, Yale University Hospital, New Haven University and major corporations and attractions in New Haven. The newly renovated hotel features revitalized public spaces designed for travelers with flexible spaces to work, relax and socialize in casual comfort. The hotel offers travelers complimentary Wi-Fi high-speed Internet access; the Bistro featuring healthy food and beverage choices in the morning and evening dinner served with cocktails; 24/7 Market; an outdoor pool, courtyard, patio and gazebo; an exercise room; and five meeting rooms with 3,900 square feet of space. The Courtyard New Haven/Orange is owned by FFC Capital Corporation and operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts.

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