Holiday Inn Airport West completes $10M renovation

Regency Management Company announced that the hotel that was once the Harley Hotel has undergone the largest renovation in the hotel’s 36-year history. The $10-million transformation to the new Holiday Inn Airport West in Earth City by the new ownership group is eyed to enable the property meet the demands of business meetings and travelers in the St. Louis airport market.

The new canopy provides an entrance with room for guests to drop luggage before parking vehicles in the parking lot. The hotel also has 155 newly renovated guestrooms. Each guestroom was redone with a new bathroom and new case goods, including new carpet, new top of the line Simmons mattresses, and new 37 inch Philips flat screen televisions.

During the renovation, the hotel also added five one-bedroom Suites. The eighth floor is designated as an executive floor and has its own private club lounge. All the guestrooms on the eighth floor are executive king rooms.

The lobby also underwent changes for a new look. Changes include a new front desk and concierge desk. The feature artwork across the front desk is an eight foot x eight foot abstract rendering of the St. Louis skyline.

Along with the front desk, the lobby has a new look to the elevator corridor, new furniture and all new flooring. Plush seating in the lobby allows for guests to network or relax. Another key aspect of the lobby renovation is a new business center adjacent to the lobby. The new fitness center features state of the art equipment and flat screen televisions. The indoor swimming pool was completely renovated with new tile work, a new roof and a non-slip grip deck.

The restaurant allows guests to experience a wide array of food and beverage options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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