Laurus Corporation reimagines Hunt Valley Inn with $15M renovation

Laurus Corporation, a Los-Angeles based real estate investment and development company, completed a $15 million property-wide renovation of the Hunt Valley Inn in Baltimore, Md.

The remodel included updates for the hotel's function spaces, guestrooms and common amenities.

The hotel's newly re-designed Cinnamon Tree restaurant has new setting. The main dining room now has rustic and contemporary touches, including glass link chandeliers, tables of dark wood, tufted banquettes and dining chairs covered in velvet. Custom millwork was also added to the walls, hinting at Baltimore's equestrian heritage.

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The hotel also overhauled its meeting and event spaces, including the 33,000 square-foot convention hall, the addition of an outdoor event lawn and new indoor and outdoor pre-function spaces.

The Hunt Valley Inn's 393 guestrooms were redesigned and the property now offers complimentary Wi-Fi and parking.

Other hotel amenities include the Polo Lounge & Bar, Cafe 245, an indoor/outdoor heated pool, three tennis courts and a fitness center.

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