Pullman Holiday Inn Express tops off renovations

The Pullman Holiday Inn Express & Suites announced the completion of an exterior renovation. The 13-room hotel is managed by The Hotel Group, and features new siding and stone architecture elements, new decorative lighting and a new roof.

In 2009, the property embarked on a large-scale interior renovation. Guestrooms received new furnishings, fixtures and equipment, including: 32-inch flat screen plasma TVs, ergonomic desk chairs, carpet, drapes, wall paper, furniture, bedding, in-room microwaves and refrigerators. Guest bathrooms were equipped with new granite countertops, tiled floors, new tubs and vanities, while the lobby area received new tile flooring and carpet.

Other public-space upgrades included new wallpaper and lighting in the guest hallways, along with new indoor pool/patio furnishings and new computers for the business center. The property also has 1,100 square feet of meeting space.

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