AD1 Global’s Candlewood Suites Fort Myers-Sanibel Gateway to Unveil Newly Renovated Hotel

USA, Hollywood, Florida. July 29, 2019

AD1 Global's Candlewood Suites Fort Myers-Sanibel Gateway is ready to unveil their newly renovated extended-stay hotel. After a full year of renovations, the property's public spaces and condo-style guest rooms featuring full kitchens are ready for guests to enjoy.

"We're excited to finally show everyone what our team has been working hard on for the past year," said AD1 Global President Daniel Berman. "We've completely transformed and updated this property to bring maximum comfort and satisfaction to our guests."

The hotel underwent a full renovation (as per IHG's brand standards) that spanned the entire property, from updating exterior facades to overhauling and modernizing all guest rooms. The building's exterior received a fresh coat of paint and the lobby/front desk area was redesigned and refurbished. The guest rooms have been completely updated and renovated with new furniture, carpets and fully upgraded appliances in the kitchens that have elevated and modernized the space.

"We overhauled the entire property," said 3 Sixty 5 Design Studio designer Leila Grunberg. "This renovation completely elevated the hotel and really took it to another level in terms of aesthetics. We're very excited for everyone to finally be able to see and enjoy it."

The extended-stay property is perfect for both short or long stays and is great for families, groups and single travelers alike. Guests have access to on-site laundry services, free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, a "Lending Locker" where they can borrow items such as blenders or board games and an outdoor gazebo grill that's perfect for family dinners and social gatherings.

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