North Point Hospitality renovates Georgia Hampton

North Point Hospitality Group, an Atlanta based hotel development and operations company, showcased its newly-renovated Hampton Inn & Suites Alpharetta/Windward in the Windward Business District. The 103-unit property completed a $3-million overhaul that included full renovation of the lobby, dining area, meeting space, guest rooms and bathrooms.

Located in the Windward Business District off Ga Highway 400 at exit 11, the Hampton Inn & Suites Alpharetta/Windward’s renovation was said to be designed keeping in mind the needs of both the business and leisure traveler. As part of the renovation, guests staying at the property will now have access to new guestrooms and suites with new furnishings and bedding alongside upscale bathrooms.

Also as part of the renovation, the property has a new dining room, which has 16-foot ceilings, complete with custom-made chandeliers and all new seating.

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Group and meeting attendees will also be able to use the meeting space that can accommodate groups up to 80 individuals.

Based in Atlanta, Ga., North Point Hospitality Group is a hotel development and operations company. North Point and its affiliate companies have developed 32 hotels from the ground up, with a total investment over $322 million. Currently, the company owns and operates nine Hilton branded hotels in the Southeast, with another six hotels under development, in addition to the SpringHill Suites by Marriott Lumberton and a Homewood Suites by Hilton Savannah Historic District/Riverfront in Savannah, G., which are currently under construction.

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