K2M Design, RSJ Associates, ROK Builders renovate Hilton Garden Inn Poughkeepsie/Fishkill

Hilton Garden Inn Poughkeepsie/Fishkill in Fishkill, N.Y., completed a renovation that added a new lobby, as well as updating of all public areas.

The company incorporated Hilton Garden Inn’s “Project Grow” design standards, a company-wide initiative to update and ensure a consistent brand identity across all franchise properties. The renovations encourage guest socialization and interaction by inviting them to relax and visit the Garden Pavilion throughout the day.

ROK Builders, the hotel construction affiliate of Roedel Companies, transformed the hotel’s lobby into a space where guests can both work and socialize. The organization built a new entranceway and created a communal breakfast area with bar tables and signature seating. Pendant lighting, cabana drapery, artwork, live interior plants and a garden cart that showcases the hotel’s food and beverage offering were added. ROK Builders also updated the flooring, public corridors and bathrooms.

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Other companies partnered with the project were RSJ Associates for interior design and procurement services and K2M Design for architecture.

All photos from Roedel Companies

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