“Guests want to balance between working and relaxing, and our rooms enable them to be productive or unwind when traveling alone or with family.”
Naperville, Ill. (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
The 147-room Courtyard Chicago Naperville at 1155 E. Diehl Road in Naperville, Illinois, has completed a major renovation of its guest rooms.
With the exciting renovation, the Naperville hotel now offers a comfortable and stylish room design. Thoughtfully planned, each room features plush bedding, a functional work space, spacious bathroom, separate seating area and complimentary high-speed Internet access. The ample work space and ergonomic chair enable guests to accomplish their tasks, while the large flat-screen TV provides a great break and opportunity for downtime enjoyment. Providing a warm, sophisticated environment, the hotel’s rooms accommodate guests’ desire to stay connected, productive and refreshed during their stay at one of the most comfortable hotels in Naperville, IL.
“From day one, Courtyard has prided itself as a brand that listens to what travelers want from a hotel,” said Janis Milham, vice president and global brand manager of Courtyard by Marriott. “Guests want to balance between working and relaxing, and our rooms enable them to be productive or unwind when traveling alone or with family.”
The Naperville hotel’s inviting lobby space and friendly associates welcome guests at all times of the day. Guests also can enjoy breakfast, dinner and evening cocktails in the Naperville hotel’s The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect. while coffee lovers enjoy freshly brewed Starbucks drinks. The Market, a 24/7 shop for snacks, beverages and sundries, is always open for late-night cravings or the toothpaste guests may have forgotten to pack.
Throughout the hotel, guests can connect to free Wi-Fi. The business center features several computer terminals, along with a free printer and separate stations dedicated solely to printing airline boarding passes and checking flight statuses.
Last year, Marriott announced its environmental strategy to address climate change, which it calls its “Spirit To Preserve.” The plan calls for greening its $10 billion supply chain; further reducing fuel and water consumption by 25 percent per available room; creating green construction standards for hotel developers to achieve LEED certification from the U.S. Green Building Council; educating and inspiring employees and guests to support the environment; and helping protect the rainforest.
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