Courtyard Cleveland Airport North completes renovation

The Courtyard Cleveland Airport North completed a major renovation of its guestrooms. The property in North Olmsted, Ohio now has Courtyard's latest CYnergy package room design, as well as a new lobby space.

The new room design at the Cleveland airport hotel offers flexible spaces that enable technology. Upon arrival, guests can store bags on the luggage drop and plug personal devices into the tech drop ledge for technology integration.

Signature furniture and architectural elements replace traditional art in the new guestrooms at this hotel. The lounge-around sofa offers a pop of color and area for relaxing or working.


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The Courtyard Cleveland Airport North also offers the Refreshing Business lobby environment. Along with media pods, complimentary Wi-Fi and a variety of seating zones, the redefined space is ideal for everything from pop-up meetings to social gatherings. The lobby also features The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect., offering flexible seating, access to food and healthy menu options for breakfast.

Throughout the Cleveland airport hotel, guests can connect with ample electrical outlets. The business library has several computers along with a printer. Separate computers in a boarding pass area are dedicated solely to printing airline passes and checking flight statuses.

The Courtyard Cleveland Airport North has 108 rooms and 13 suites on three floors along with two meeting rooms with 950 square feet of flexible event space. It also has an indoor pool, fitness center and guest laundry area. 

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