Travelers now have even more reasons to book a room at the Courtyard Marriott Midtown. The affordable hotel recently underwent a major redesign of its lobby, sprucing up the color scheme, creating flexible seating options, giving visitors high-tech access to information about Savannah and renovating its eatery.
The Courtyard Marriott Midtown's new lobby. — Photo courtesy of Courtyard Marriott Midtown
One of the key features of the lobby redesign was the addition of a GoBoard, a 52-inch LCD touch screen system that gives guests access to local information, maps, weather and other pertinent travel information. Visitors can use the GoBoard to get directions, learn about local attractions and find restaurants. The Courtyard Marriott is the only Midtown hotel to feature the technology.
Guests in need of business services will appreciate the lobby’s free Wi-Fi, ample electrical outlets and a business library, which features computer terminals and a printer that are available to guests free of charge. The library also boasts computer stations designated for guests who need to check their flight status and print boarding passes.
The Bistro, the Courtyard’s restaurant, was remodeled and the menu was revamped to include healthier breakfast options. Those in need of a caffeine fix can enjoy specialty beverages brewed with Starbucks coffee.
The Courtyard’s lobby may have changed, but the hotel still offers reasonable rates for its 132 guestrooms and 12 suites, all of which feature 37" flat screen HDTV's with free HBO, complimentary Wi-Fi and more. The Courtyard Marriott Midtown is just a couple of miles from Savannah's Historic District and is a short drive to the Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport.