HVMG renovates St. Charles Hilton Garden Inn

Hospitality Ventures Management Group completed the renovation of Hilton Garden Inn St. Charles, located at 4070 E. Main Street in St. Charles.

The Hilton Garden Inn St. Charles now has elements of Project Grow, a brand revitalization initiative that includes upgrades to the property's communal spaces including the lobby and the guest reception area. Tailored color schemes, seating arrangements, lobby bars and updated floor and tile work are hallmarks of the Project Grow initiative.

The property's recent lobby and restaurant renovation created a more contemporary, open space, offering a variety of seating options ideal for meetings. The space is designed to encourage guests to spend more time in the area being productive or simply relaxing.

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The renovation also included the introduction of the hotel's new restaurant, the Garden Grille and Bar.

Each hotel room in the property now includes an oversized desk with an ergonomic desk chair; 37-inch high definition television in standard rooms and 42- inch high definition television in suites; and a "hospitality center" with a mini-fridge, microwave oven, and Keurig coffee maker.

Other hotel amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access in guest rooms and public spaces; 24-hour business center featuring Print Spot remote printing that allows wireless printing from any laptop or smart phone; a fitness center; and an indoor swimming pool and hot tub.

The hotel also has 15 meeting rooms, offering approximately 20,000 square feet of flexible space; and an on-site guest laundry facility.

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