NATIONAL REPORT—The San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront; Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel; and Westin Virginia Beach Town Center completed renovations with redesigned spaces, added amenities and refreshed guestrooms. Here’s a closer look:
San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront Updates Lounge
The San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront has completed the renovation of the hotel’s Flights 101 Lounge. To celebrate the renovation the hotel is offering a room package with a $50 food and beverage credit.
Located in the center of the lobby, the new design of Flights 101 Lounge has transformed the space with three-story, floor-to-ceiling views of the bay, including a patio that overlooks the landing strips of San Francisco International Airport. The hotel also recently renovated its guestrooms and meeting space. The completion of the Greatroom renovation and Flights 101 Lounge mark a comprehensive $24-million upgrade.
The lounge now has a four-screen TV multi-plex media wall. There is also a local-centric food and beverage menu. The design was completed by Patricia Lopez of Baskervill Architecture & Planning in Richmond, VA.
Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Completes Full Renovation
The Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel has completed a full renovation with a redesigned lobby, new bar and restaurant, remodeled meeting spaces and updated rooms and suites.
Each of the hotel’s 502 guestrooms and suites offers new beds, bedding, decor, flat-screen TVs, refrigerators and artwork that resonates with the music and studio theme of the hotel. Executive suites have 55-in. and 65-in. TVs with pull-out sofas, while each of the updated double occupancy guestrooms have two queen beds. The hotel’s new restaurant, Studio 12, offers local California cuisine.
The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center Revamps Guestrooms, Event Space
The 236-room Westin Virginia Beach Town Center has completed a $4.3-million renovation. The property is managed by Crestline Hotels & Resorts LLC.
The redesign of The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center includes updated guestrooms, public spaces, as well as conference and event space. Each of the guestrooms and suites have new 55-in. flat screen TVs, as well as refreshed bathrooms.
The 17,182 sq. ft. of conference space, including the 8,332-sq.-ft. ballroom, has wallcoverings, carpeting, contemporary furnishings and artwork. In addition, the Marketplace, the hotel’s coffee bar was transformed into a work/relax environment with a community table and new seating arrangements.