Residence Inn Dulles Airport at Dulles 28 Centre renovates public space

Residence Inn Dulles Airport at Dulles 28 Centre completed the renovation of its lobby, library and fitness area, while keeping its putting green.

Emulating a living room, the redefined lobby space now has new seating areas created for socializing or meetings. A table spans the length of the room, providing space for work with free Wi-Fi connectivity and electric outlets.

Vintage prints of travel art, with sayings such as "Bon Voyage" and "Bonjour," are placed throughout the area. A print of Dulles International Airport adorns a wall in the hotel's Gatehouse.

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Right off of the lobby, the remodeled billiards room sports a new look with fresh paint and vinyl, new carpet and high and low tables. The room also has the Nintendo Wii game console.

The renovated fitness center now has cardiovascular equipment featuring personal viewing screens. Meanwhile, the indoor pool was repainted.

The improved library has new desks. HDTVs are also featured.

Lastly, the refurbished event room with 777 square feet of flexible space also received new carpet, vinyl and paint.

The Dulles, VA hotel still has an outdoor putting green. New outdoor furniture and a fire pit will be added in the next months.

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