$2.3 Million Hotel Renovation
|NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 27, 2005 – The 398-room Nashville Airport Marriott
recently completed a $2.3 million dollar hotel renovation, which included
the unveiling of the new, state-of-the-art, 7,200 square-foot Cumberland
Ballroom. Constructed with an innovative, cost effective building
alternative branded, Sprung Instant Structure, the intriguing bubble-shaped
design incorporates a series of aluminum-arched ribs integrally connected
by modular architectural covered panels that are virtually seamless.
Step inside and discover exhilarating and spacious 30-foot ceilings that provide attendees with superior acoustic sound, complimented by eloquent chandeliers and deep, rich, jewel-toned carpeting; a perfect venue for hosting any meeting or special event up to 950. Cutting edge technology, includes Lights Fantastic, a computer generated collection of lighting effects that can change the mood of the room with a touch of a button, and Global Video Conferencing. On-site technical support is available to ensure the stress-free ease of a well-planned meeting, as well as a large loading dock to facilitate an efficient back of house load-in and load-out experience. In addition, as part of the overall $2.3 million dollar renovation project, the Nashville Airport Marriott now showcases an elegant new main lobby and restaurants.
Nested on 17 landscaped acres of rolling hills, just minutes from the heart of downtown Nashville, this 13-time, AAA Four Diamond Award winner is an exceptional and affordable meeting planners retreat, providing more than 24,000 square-feet of flexible meeting and banquet space, including three ballrooms and 14 breakout rooms.
MARRIOTT INTERNATIONAL, INC. (NYSE:MAR) is a leading lodging company with more than 2,600 lodging properties in the United States and 64 other countries and territories.
Nashville Airport Marriott
|Also See:||Lanting Hotel Group, Inc.Completes Multi-million Dollar Renovation of The Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport, Formerly the Clarion Hotel / Nov 2002|
|Hospitality Properties Trust Agrees to Buy 17 Marriott Hotels for $201.7 Million / Dec 1998|