ROK Builders completes upgrades to Hampton Inn properties in Massachusetts

ROK Builders, the hotel construction affiliate of Roedel Companies, completed upgrades to Claremont Companies’ Hampton Inn facilities in Franklin and Fairhaven, Mass. The organization implemented Hampton Inn’s new design approach, called Perfect Mix Design, which creates a space that is an extension of the guest room, and promotes socialization.

ROK Builders incorporated the Perfect Mix Design elements at each property to enhance the Hampton Inn guest experience. The new public areas blend informal lounge-style seating spaces with work-friendly areas and available F&B options. ROK Builders incorporated the coffee serving tables, breakfast cabinets, library shelves, flat screen TVs, pendant and accent lighting and accessories from the design. The project also included the renovation and remodeling of the front desk and common areas throughout both hotels, including restrooms, hallways and corridors. Guestrooms were also renovated to meet Hampton Inn’s new Style Right Package.

The Hampton Inn in Franklin is close to the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, Gillette Stadium and Patriot Place. The Hampton Inn in Fairhaven is close to Cape Cod and the Islands.

ROK Builders, the hotel construction affiliate of Roedel Companies, has 45 years of experience developing, constructing, managing and designing hotels for its own account and third parties. Roedel Companies owns and operates nationally branded hotels, including the Hilton Garden Inn Manchester, La Quinta Inn & Suites Manchester, Holiday Inn Express and Suites Merrimack. In addition, Roedel Companies owns and operates a portfolio of nationally branded, select service hotels including other Hilton Garden Inns, Hampton Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn Express & Suites and La Quinta Inn & Suites.

Hampton Inn Franklin

Hampton Inn Fairhaven

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