Delta Hotels Muskegon Downtown Opens After a Multi-Million Dollar Renovation and Rebranding

USA, Muskegon, Missouri. November 21, 2019

Parkland Properties of Michigan today announced the rebranding and opening of the 200-room Delta Hotels by Marriott Muskegon Downtown, which recently completed an $8 million renovation of all rooms, meeting and public spaces. The rejuvenated property will deliver an upscale choice to business and leisure travelers to Muskegon and will be connected to the new $19 million Muskegon Convention Center with 21,000 SF of flexible meeting space coming in Spring of 2020. Parkland Properties also owns and manages the adjacent 140-room Shoreline Inn & Conference Center in Muskegon.

The eight-story Delta Hotels by Marriott Muskegon Downtown is located at 939 Third Street and offers an indoor heated swimming pool and whirlpool spa, a state-of-the-art fitness center, complimentary Wi-Fi, a Starbucks and on-site market. The full-service hotel also provides 10 meeting rooms with a combined 10,000 square feet of functional space to accommodate 500 people; and an on-site, 200 seat bar/restaurant, which beginning this Winter will offer fine and comfortable dining in the heart of downtown. It recently won the West Michigan Chef Prize for the best fine dining dish.

The hotel is the largest in Muskegon and situated within the hub of Muskegon and within walking distance to numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options, as well as many local businesses. The Delta Hotels by Marriott Muskegon Downtown offers guests convenient access to the Muskegon Museum of Art, Pere Marquette Beach, the Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts, Lake Michigan, Michigan's Adventure and L.C. Walker Arena.

"The Delta by Marriott brand is becoming a favorite for experienced travelers," said Jon Rooks, owner, Parkland Properties. "We are excited about the rebranding and enhancements we have made to the property, and look forward to offering our guests a more enjoyable and seamless experience."

The Delta Hotels by Marriott Muskegon Downtown guest rooms and suites feature spacious floor plans with ultra-comfortable beds, premium bedding and towels, upgraded showers, luxurious bath amenities and workspaces designed to keep you focused. Each room also provides a large-screen HDTV with an interactive guide and streaming capabilities for Netflix, Hulu, You Tube, Pandora and Crackle.

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