Embassy Suites by Hilton, Greenville Golf Resort & Conference Center completes full property renovation

The all-suite resort introduced a new restaurant and bar concept as well as updates to the guest suites, atrium lobby and meeting space.

The 268-room Embassy Suites by Hilton, Greenville Golf Resort & Conference Center has completed a 24-month, full-property renovation of its suites and corridors, open atrium lobby, restaurant, bar and meeting spaces, and added a new restaurant and bar concept. The hotel is owned by Atrium TRS III, LP, and managed by Atrium Hospitality, based in Alpharetta, Ga.

The most significant transformation is in the open atrium lobby and center of the hotel. The former multi-level space was completely re-worked to offer a single-level accessible venue. It now has tables with integrated power and USB ports, and an assortment of seating configurations. In addition, the new Atrium Promenade now serves as a flexible event space for events.

All guest suites now have new sofas and chairs, carpeting, window treatments, bedding, tiled showers, lighting and artwork. Corridors were updated with new carpeting and enclosed vending areas on each floor.

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The new restaurant and bar concept, Craft 670, has a rustic environment of edge wood wall treatments with multiple mounted TVs. Craft 670 also has outdoor dining on the Fireside Patio and outdoor bar.

All meeting and event space were updated with a new Bose sound system, new lighting, chandeliers, wall treatments, carpeting, and newly covered air walls in both the Junior and Grand Ballrooms. The executive boardroom now has a board table with integrated technology linked to the wall-mounted display monitor, and ergonomic leather chairs to accommodate up to 20 attendees.

The resort’s outdoor venues got new decking, roofline and patio umbrella tables on the Overlook Deck at The Preserve at Verdae, along with enhanced lighting, and landscaping along the Pavilion at The Preserve, located adjacent to the first tee box.

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