Cicero’s Development completes multiproperty Hampton renovations

Cicero’s Development Corporation, a leading full-service renovations contractor, announced that it has completed propertywide renovations to three Hampton Inn hotels located in the Pittsburgh area recently acquired by ONE Hospitality Group.

“The simultaneous renovation of three hotels located within a major market and owned by a single management group underscores our ability to professionally schedule work to meet tight deadlines and budgets,” said Sam Cicero, Jr., president of Cicero’s Development Corp. “Owners working exclusively with Cicero’s benefit by having a single format internally for their multiple ongoing hotel projects, such as status reports or invoicing. This streamlined, simplified approach saves them time and money.”

Completed on a fast-track timetable, this project included a total of 375 guestrooms of varying sizes, along with hotel corridors, business centers and public areas. All work was conducted in line with current Hampton Inn branding standards, assuring a relaxing and contemporary environment that is in touch with today’s travelers. In some locations, Cicero’s provided repairs to concrete curbs, sidewalks and dumpster pads. Also, a concrete deck was replaced in an existing outdoor pool to improve its performance and safety.

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While guestroom furnishings are similar in form and function as previous generations, new carpeting plus fresh wall coverings and paint create a modern, yet thoroughly inviting atmosphere. Energy-efficient LED lighting was added to guest bathrooms in keeping with Hampton Inn’s commitment to sustainability. Also, hotel corridors now feature sound-absorbing acoustic ceilings, along with stylish new flooring and wall coverings, establishing a truly modern setting for guests to enjoy.

The three Hampton Inn hotels are located in Greentree, Cranberry Township and at the Pittsburgh airport. ONE Hospitality Group acquired the hotels last year with plans to implement a renovation program.

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