MCR Development renovates two hotels in Monmouth County, N.J.

MCR Development (MCR) completed renovations at two hotels in Monmouth County, N.J.: the 105-room Residence Inn Neptune at Gateway Centre, located at 230 Jumping Brook Road in Neptune; and the 113-room Courtyard Wall at Monmouth Shores Corporate Park, located at 1302 Campus Parkway in Wall Township. Both renovations involved complete overhauls of the hotels' lobby areas and enhancements to guestrooms and public areas.

The redesigned lobby areas at each hotel have brand new furniture, plush carpeting, upgraded light fixtures, and new wall tones that create more welcoming environment. Sections of private meeting areas with individual televisions were created so that guests can host business meetings, informal events, or relax.

The lobby at the Courtyard Wall features a newly constructed Courtyard Bistro and evening bar, which serves Starbucks coffee and beverages, and is equipped with the GoBoard technology, an interactive touch screen that guests can use for weather and news updates or directions.

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Improvements were also made to the hotel's gym and pool areas. At the Residence Inn Neptune, the patio was upgraded with the addition of an open fire pit and new outdoor furniture.

Both renovations also involved total transformations of guestrooms, complete with new bedding, seating and new full-length mirrors and light fixtures to complement the contemporary wall tones used throughout. Guest bathrooms were also modernized with the addition of new showers and countertops.

Residence Inn Neptune and Courtyard Wall are situated near major New York City area airports and in close proximity to local attractions and entertainment including Six Flags Great Adventure and the Jersey Shore, which features a variety of year round theatre, concerts, festivals, sporting events, nightlife, dining, shopping, and amusement parks.

MCR Development manages a portfolio of 71 hotel properties with approximately 8,500 rooms in 18 states. MCR operates hotels under 10 brands. MCR is headquartered in New York City, with additional offices in Dallas, New Jersey and Maryland.

Residence Inn Neptune

Courtyard Wall 


 

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