RSJ Associates, ROK Builders spearhead Hilton Garden Inn Manchester upgrade

New Hampshire-based hotel owner/operator Roedel Companies updated the lobby and public areas of the Hilton Garden Inn in Manchester, N.H.

ROK Builders, the hotel construction affiliate of Roedel Companies, spearheaded the renovations, while RSJ Associates provided interior and procurement services. The organizations installed new bar tables and seating in the restaurant and lobby areas to give guests a place to both work and socialize. Public areas and hallways throughout the property were updated with lighting, draperies and artwork. The hotel’s guestrooms and suites were also modernized with new beds, carpets, televisions, sheers and a Keurig Coffee machine.

The hotel’s existing furniture and décor were donated to The Granite YMCA. The items were integrated into the Downtown Manchester, Allard Center and Londonderry branches, as well as Camp Foss and Camp Mi-Te-Na. The renovations to the Hilton Garden Inn Manchester are geared to encourage guests to leave their rooms and visit the hotel's public areas throughout the day.


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Located in Wilton, N.H., Roedel Companies has 45 years of experience developing, constructing, managing and designing hotels for its own account and third parties through its subsidiaries RGH Hospitality and ROK Builders. Roedel Companies offers hotel development, construction, pre-opening and management. In addition, Roedel Companies owns and operates nationally branded hotels primarily in the select service segments throughout the eastern US.

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