The Winston-Salem Marriott completed Phase I of its multimillion-dollar capital improvements project. The hotel unveiled a newly designed great room and lobby area featuring seating areas and M Club lounge access.

“As the largest full-service hotel in Downtown Winston-Salem, we’re a hub of activity for meeting and leisure guests alike,” stated Richard Brooks, area director of sales & marketing for Twin City Quarter. “As a focal point of the Twin City Quarter, we’re excited to share all these wonderful improvements."

Also included in Phase I is an all-new 2,500-square-foot Health Club. Located on the third floor, the area offers 270-degree exterior views and a glass ceiling capturing an abundance of natural light, in addition to an outdoor patio. Within the Health Club, guests will find a variety of cardio and weight workout equipment.

All 319 guest rooms received new wood flooring, 55-inch mounted TVs, contemporary furnishings, Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses, sliding barn doors for bathrooms, and walk-in tiled showers. The rooms are dressed in a refreshing new palette of warm and peaceful earth tones inspired by the surrounding mountain region.

Phase II of the project includes a redesigned restaurant with expanded private dining room, under the culinary direction of award-winning Chef Richard Miller. It is scheduled to begin January 2019 with an expected completion in the spring.

Located within Winston-Salem’s vibrant downtown district, Winston-Salem Marriott, offers more than 15,000 square feet of meeting space, a complement to the 105,000-square-foot Benton Convention Center which recently completed a $20 million reinvention, and is within walking distance to galleries, shops and museums.

Information based off a news release from Winston-Salem Marriott.