Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel Completes Renovation Led by General Manager Martin van der Laan

USA, Atlanta, Georgia. December 03, 2018

Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel announces today the completion of major renovations to its lobby, meeting rooms, fitness center and guest rooms. Inspired by Atlanta's long history of rejecting traditional Southern norms and embracing all that is edgy and non-traditional, the revamped spaces are sophisticated and unique, paying homage to Midtown Atlanta's thriving tech boom and vibrant art scene.

“This renovation has done more than just change the hotel's appearance,” said general manager Martin van der Laan. “The changes have injected new life and new energy into every inch of the property. Guests can now truly enjoy an atmosphere that represents the vibrant energy that is inherent in Atlanta and our Midtown neighborhood.”

Located in the heart of Midtown, one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods, Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel is surrounded by some of the city's hottest attractions. Boasting 287 rooms and 18 suites, the hotel is an ideal location to stay for guests looking to explore Atlanta's connection to art, technology and the unexpected. 

Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel is managed by Denver-based Sage Hospitality, and is owned by Carey Watermark Investors 2 Incorporated.

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