Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel Completes Multi-Million Dollar Guest Room Renovation

USA, Baltimore, Maryland. September 12, 2019

The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, one of Baltimore's most popular Inner Harbor hotels, has just completed a multi-million dollar renovation, it was announced by Chris Madoo, General Manager.

The five-month renovation project for this Baltimore luxury hotel focused on a complete redo of the hotel's 622 guest rooms and suites including wall covering, carpeting, bedding, furnishings, and decorative items. The design features a calming palette of grays and blues. Guests will find supreme connectivity at their fingertips with multiple power and USB outlets to charge devices as well as 55-inch HDTVs and a new entertainment package with phone-to-TV Bluetooth connectivity. The rooms also feature upgraded spacious bathrooms with Carrera marble and luxurious showers as well as laptop compatible safes.

The hotel's Club Lounge design was also elevated including the addition of 700 square feet of space, making it one of the largest lounges in Baltimore. The facilities and decor were also modernized including the addition of upscale wine and coffee dispensing stations to appeal to traveler's desires for on-trend beverage access.

According to Mr. Madoo, "Our meeting and event space as well as our public areas were renovated in 2016, so the entire hotel has a fresh new look just waiting for guests to discover."

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