Residence Inn Tallahassee Universities at the Capitol completes $1M renovation

Residence Inn Tallahassee Universities at the Capitol in Florida completed its $1 million renovation.

The hotel remodeled all of its guest suites and corridors, including floor-to-ceiling upgrades in suites that are 50 percent larger than ordinary hotels in Tallahassee. New carpet, drapes and sheers now greet guests as they enter their suites. The rooms have updated artwork, paint, vinyl colors and designs. The rooms also have new mattresses, pillows and bed skirts, upholstered furniture, pull-out sofas and dining chairs.

For those looking to work while staying in the property, the rooms have work desks with new ergonomic chairs. The Tallahassee hotel also added glass amenity shelving in the bathroom vanity area, providing more space for guests to store toiletries and cosmetics during their stay.

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Suites have full kitchens with granite countertops. Complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity is also available.

Located on Gaines Street, the hotel's historic area was also revitalized, and is once again the urban corridor linking the Capitol, Florida State University, Florida A&M University and businesses throughout downtown Tallahassee. The pedestrian-welcoming street blends commercial, residential and cultural uses.

The Residence Inn Tallahassee Universities at the Capitol at 600 W. Gaines St. in Tallahassee, Fla., is centrally located in Tallahassee's new Arts and Entertainment District and a few blocks from the state capitol complex, Florida State University, and within walking distance to Doak Campbell Stadium. The pet-friendly hotel has five floors with 135 suites and four meeting rooms with 4,200 square feet of flexible space. Complimentary Wi-Fi, free hot breakfast, fitness center and pool are among the amenities available. 

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