Fairfield Inn & Suites announces new design, decor

Fairfield Inn & Suites announced that, as it celebrates its 25th anniversary, it introduced in its properties new design and décor affecting its public spaces and guestroom designs.

Guests are now welcomed by modern new design features, including an updated exterior with a signature tower, a curved porte-cochere and a glass entrance that ushers them into the hotel. Once inside, guests experience the hotel’s open public space featuring natural light and views throughout the lobby to connect the indoors with the outdoors.

Guests can also unwind in the lobby’s living area, whose focal points include a natural stone hearth, organic-shaped sofa and lounge chair, and other local features.

The breakfast area’s signature farm table now provides a central gathering place where guests can watch TV, meet up with colleagues, or work. In the morning, guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast.

 

In the rooms, signature “smart” room décor welcome guests. Described as “flexible and functional,” the guestroom includes a work area, an ergonomic chair, task lighting and electrical outlets. A curved, mobile desk enables guests to create their own work space, while also optimizing their TV viewing.

Said to have been inspired by nature, the hotel’s designed rooms and suites place the living and working area near the window to allow for more natural light and views. Building on this natural design, the room décor features organic patterns and colors, blending wood tones with bright colors. The new design also places the sleeping area toward the middle of the room, helping to give guests a better night’s sleep, as well as provide easier access to the bathroom and wardrobe. The living area also offers a couch, refrigerator, coffeemaker and microwave, and the bath area continues the room’s contemporary feel with showers available in all standard king rooms and suites.

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