Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Downtown renovates public spaces

HHM assumed management of the Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Downtown in San Diego, Calif., completed the $6.4-million renovation of the property’s public spaces known as The Lobby, meeting rooms and guestrooms.

The Lobby's concept, which has a restaurant, lounge, Starbucks espresso bar, Billiard room and general seating areas, was designed to cater to the “changing tastes of today's traveler.” As such, The Lobby has a restaurant and lounge that is a standalone destination, with locally brewed draft and bottled beer to accompany the dining offerings.

The recent renovations at Courtyard San Diego downtown also included a revitalization of the meeting spaces, with new wall vinyl, carpeting, furniture and technology, and the 245 guestrooms with a new color scheme incorporated throughout the new bedding, furniture, carpeting and wall vinyl. Refrigerators, microwaves and safes were also added. In addition the hotel now has more than 20 pieces of art from a collection of local artists.

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The newly revitalized Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Downtown hotel is located directly in the Gaslamp Quarter in the heart of San Diego, Calif. The former San Diego Trust and Savings Bank building, built in 1928, features recent refreshments to the historical space including The Lobby restaurant. The hotel is within walking distance to the San Diego Convention Center, Balboa Park and the Coronado Ferry, and a short ride away from the San Diego airport, San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld. 

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