Monterey Conference Center undergoes $45M renovation

Monterey Marriott announced that its next-door neighbor, the Monterey Conference Center, is undergoing a $45-million renovation. Despite being connected, the hotel in Monterey, Calif., will continue to provide guests uninterrupted services.

The renovation is scheduled to be completed in two phases. The first phase will be completed by September 2016, and second phase by December 2016, with an official grand reopening scheduled in early 2017.

Upon completion, the Monterey Conference Center will offer business travelers a redesigned conference facility with a variety of flexible spaces. The renovation will also see technological improvements. The Silver LEED-certified building will feature a contemporary exterior with the interior boasting advanced technology complete with a California-style flare. 

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Monterey Marriott at 350 Calle Principal in Monterey, CA is near Monterey Bay Aquarium, Pebble Beach and Monterey Museum of Art. The hotel has10 floors with 319 rooms, 22 suites, 30 meeting rooms with 56,000 square feet of event space, three restaurants, a fitness center and outdoor pool.

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