Crowne Plaza Danbury Hotel opens following top-to-bottom renovation

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announced the opening of the completely renovated Crowne Plaza Danbury, formerly the Danbury Plaza Hotel.

The five-story, 242-room hotel offers luxury accommodations, meeting facilities and close proximity to leisure attractions. For meeting and events, the hotel’s 26,000 square feet of meeting space has been completely remodeled. It includes 14 meeting rooms and three ballrooms, the largest of which can accommodate a banquet for up to 500 guests.

New to the hotel is Jays, a restaurant and lounge serving casual American fare. Also offered are the Fusion Café and Whisper’s Lounge.

Amenities at the Crowne Plaza include a fitness facility, full-service business center and gift shop, an indoor, heated pool and outdoor tennis courts. Free wireless Internet service is also available.

The Crowne Plaza Danbury is independently owned by Jesta Hospitality CT, and operated by JBHA Management under a license agreement with a company in the InterContinental Hotels Group.

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