North Carolina hotel rebrands, continues renovation

Public areas and guestrooms got new fixtures wood finishes and textiles in grey and blues.  (Atrium Hospitality)

The new Hilton Charlotte (N.C.) Airport is undergoing a renovation as part of its rebranding from the Renaissance Charlotte Suites Hotel. 

The multimillion-dollar capital improvements are being implemented in phases, with several areas already completed and open. Renovations are completed on the guestrooms, two executive floors and the penthouse suite, as are the upgrades to the private dining area, lobby and fitness center (including new workout equipment and a pool area). Public areas and guestrooms got new fixtures wood finishes and textiles in gray and blues. 

The 275-suite hotel, operated by Alpharetta, Ga.-based Atrium Hospitality, has 28,300 square feet of renovated meeting space, including a new executive boardroom on the first floor. The two grand ballrooms can be reconfigured into 11 sections.

Atrium Hospitality manages a portfolio of 83 hotels in 28 states, including five hotels in North Carolina with a combined 1,183 guest suites and approximately 115,000 square feet of event space.