HVS Design completes design for Westin Wilmington

HVS Design, an international hospitality interior design firm, completed interior design services for the Westin Wilmington Hotel in Wilmington, Delaware. The hotel is located adjacent to The Chase Center at the Riverfront.

This LEED-certified hotel has 180 guestrooms, a full-service restaurant, over 4,600 square feet of meeting space, a legal center, indoor pool and fitness center. HVS Design drew inspiration from the local Wilmington industries, like leather and lumber, to create the design. The team incorporated leather details and warm wood tones to add texture and depth throughout the hotel.

The rooms of the property measure from 340 square feet to 1,200 square feet. The rooms and suites include the Westin Heavenly Bed, the Heavenly Bath and upgraded touches including floor-to-ceiling windows and iPod docking stations.


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For events, the Wilmington hotel offers a 2,100-square-foot legal center featuring a boardroom, private offices and a hospitality area. Combined, the Westin Wilmington and adjacent Chase Center on the Riverfront offer 92,000 square feet of meeting space ideal for weddings, social galas and business functions.

The Westin Wilmington is owned by a joint venture between The Buccini/Pollin Group and Westport Capital.

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