Courtyard Tinton Falls Eatontown renovates guestrooms

Courtyard Tinton Falls Eatontown completed the renovation of its guestrooms.

The Tinton Falls hotel’s all-new guestrooms are now appointed with modern touches and conveniences. Each room has the brand's CYnergy design with a tone-on-tone color palette, eyed to create a calming escape. There are plush bedding including crisp linens and custom comforters, accompanied by thick mattresses and fluffy pillows.

For guests looking at working in their rooms, available are work spaces with desks and ergonomic chairs, as well as Internet connectivity. Additional room amenities include a separate seating area, mini-refrigerator, iron and ironing board, coffee maker and hair dryer.


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The newly renovated fitness center has new equipment. Also available is an outdoor pool, which is open seasonally.

In addition to Courtyard's new renovations, this hotel off the Garden State Parkway also offers an open lobby with lounge areas with the interactive GoBoard. For dining, the hotel has an on-site restaurant, The Bistro - Eat. Drink. Connect.

For events, the hotel's Tinton Falls meeting room can arrange small conferences and corporate retreats. The hotel meeting space can accommodate up to 35 attendees, and business services include complimentary high-speed Internet, a business center with computers and printers, a copy machine and fax machine.

The Courtyard Tinton Falls Eatontown at 600 Hope Road in Tinton Falls, NJ, is near the Garden State Parkway in Monmouth County with Monmouth Park Racetrack, Pier Village in Long Beach, the Jersey Shore and local businesses such as CommVault and Spirent all nearby. The hotel has three floors, 111 rooms, 10 suites and one meeting room with 550 square feet of space. 

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