MCR Development LLC Completes Renovation of Courtyard by Marriott in Downtown Norfolk, Virginia

. February 02, 2017

NORFOLK, VA. February 2, 2017 - MCR Development LLC (“MCR”), the seventh largest hotel owner-operator in the United States, today announced it has completed a renovation of the Courtyard by Marriott Norfolk Downtown, a 140-room select-service hotel located just minutes from numerous business and leisure demand generators in downtown Norfolk, Virginia. The renovation enhances the guest experience for business and leisure travelers alike, and offers a modern and comfortable environment for hosting corporate/family functions and special events.

Located in the heart of downtown Norfolk, the newly renovated hotel features a redesigned lobby and breakfast area complete with modern bistro seating and updated decor. Additional improvements include new carpeting, wallpaper, sofas and bedding in every guest room. The pool and outdoor lounge area also received new modern furniture.

The renovation is part of MCR's commitment to provide the high number of travelers who visit Norfolk each year with high-quality, convenient and comfortable accommodations in proximity to the area's numerous demand generators including Norfolk Naval Station, Port of Virginia, MacArthur Center Mall, Nauticus Maritime Museum and Harbor Park Stadium. Furthermore, the hotel is conveniently situated a short drive from the shores of Virginia Beach.

About MCR Development LLC

MCR Development LLC is the seventh largest hotel owner-operator in the country and owns a portfolio of 82 premium-branded hotel properties with 9,875 keys in 21 states. MCR's hotels are operated under 10 brands and the firm is headquartered in New York City and Dallas. In 2015, MCR was awarded the Marriott Partnership Circle Award, the highest honor Marriott presents to its owner and franchise partners for hospitality excellence. For more information, please visit: www.mcrdevelopment.com.

Contact:
MCRDevelopment@icrinc.com
203-682-8217

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