Nashua Courtyard about to get a makeover
"As an organization, we are excited to be part of the Marriott property, and saw an opportunity to update the hotel from top to bottom to provide guests with the amenities they've come to expect from a Marriott," David Roedel, partner at Roedel Companies, said.
The interior of the 200-room hotel and 11,000-square-feet conference center will experience a full makeover. In addition, the existing lobby will be demolished to create a new, open concept, multipurpose bistro area and bar.
Other improvements to the hotel include a communal dining area, home theatre-like entertainment section, media pods, business library and fireplace for guests to socialize. About 200 hotel rooms and suites will be upgraded, the fitness center will be expanded, meeting rooms will be added and bathrooms will be modernized, according to the release.
ROK Builders will oversee the renovation, while RSJ Associates will handle the interior design work. The hotel will be run by RGH Hospitality, the hotel management subsidiary of Roedel Companies.
There has been a flurry of hotel activity in Nashua in recent months. Separate plans have been made for the construction of a new, four-story Residence Inn at 25 Trafalgar Square, which is expected to include 118 guest rooms.
Roedel Companies, of Wilton, currently owns and operates the Hilton Garden Inn Manchester and a portfolio of nationally branded hotels throughout the Northeast, including Holiday Inn Express and Suites, Hilton Garden Inns and Hampton Inn and Suites.
In 2012, Roedel Companies completed a major renovation to the Fairfield Inn in Merrimack off Exit 11 of the turnpike.
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