$12M renovation completed on Melville Marriott

New York /
Oct.October 29, 2018 01:19 PM

The Melville Marriott finished a $12 million modernization of its 371 guest rooms, its conference rooms and ballroom event space, LIBN reported. The guest rooms of the hotel, which is owned by Kentucky-based Columbia Sussex, now have 49-inch flat screen televisions, window treatments and redone bathrooms with walk-in showers. The rooms and public spaces have more outlets and USB ports for guests. This is the second part of a two-phase process. In 2015, the hotel upgraded its lobby, bar and restaurant. [LIBN]


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