Holiday Inn Binghamton Downtown, New York Completes Multimillion Dollar Renovation

USA, Binghamton, New York. July 07, 2020

Vista Hospitality Group's property management division is very pleased to announce the completion of a multimillion dollar renovation at the Holiday Inn Binghamton Downtown, New York. The upscale guestroom renovation offers travelers to the Southern Tier of New York state the newest hotel rooms in the Binghamton Market. And the initial guest reviews are in - "Overwhelmingly positive!"

The project at the Holiday Inn Binghamton Downtown involved constructing all new Guestrooms (including the creation of dynamic new two-room suites), attractive Lobby, and beautifully redesigned Meeting Space. The stylish rooms include comfortable new beds and bedding, 50" HD LED televisions, a versatile portable work space/desk, contemporary case goods, and modern bathrooms with tub-to-shower conversions and new lighted bathroom mirrors.

"Our goal has always been to be the best destination for accommodations and meetings in the area. After the completion of this renovation, I feel it's made the Holiday Inn Binghamton Downtown the business traveler's number one choice in the entire Southern Tier Market," commented Director of Sales & Marketing, Christine Weiss.

The Holiday Inn Binghamton Downtown is one of many in the Vista Hospitality Group's portfolio of full-service hotels. Ideally located just off I-81 and I-86 in the Southern Tier of New York (near the Broome County Arena and Binghamton University), this property features 225 spacious and well-appointed guestrooms and suites, 15,000 square feet of function space, a large indoor swimming pool, fitness center, restaurant and lounge with riverside views, retail shoppes, and a new marketplace for guests to purchase a wide variety of food, beverages, and sundries.

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