The Palmdale Hotel completes multimillion-dollar renovation

PALMDALE, Calif.--October 28, 2009--The Palmdale Hotel, a business travel, meetings and events hotel located in California’s Antelope Valley, is pleased to announce the completion of a multimillion-dollar renovation.  The hotel now features a classic aesthetic in a soothing neutral color palette, plus upgraded furniture and décor in all public areas including the lobby, meeting and event spaces, restaurant and lounge, business center, fitness center, outdoor pool and courtyard.  Additionally, all guestroom interiors were renovated and feature new furniture and bedding, electronics and décor.

“We are pleased to offer premier, service-oriented hospitality to business and leisure travelers alike,” said York Schmitt, VP of sales and marketing for Paragon Lakewood Group and owner of The Palmdale Hotel.  “Additionally, our flexible event space and exceptional catering service allow our guests to hold a variety of functions from small conferences and workshops to specialty conventions and weddings.”

The Palmdale Hotel, which formerly operated as a Ramada Inn and Holiday Inn, opened in 2009 under the ownership and management of Paragon Lakewood Group.  With its close proximity to leading aerospace companies including Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, Boeing and NASA, The Palmdale Hotel is an ideal destination for business travelers.  The Palmdale Hotel is also ideal for film and television crew members filming in the Palmdale/Lancaster area on locations such as Four Aces, Club Ed and Palmdale Hangar Site 9.

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