New building features two popular Marriott International brands under one roof.
KNOXVILLE, TN – Marriott International, Inc. announced that a combined 144-room Courtyard by Marriott hotel and 88-suite Residence Inn by Marriott hotel in Knoxville, Tennessee is now open for business. Located at 210 West Church Avenue, the Courtyard and Residence Inn Knoxville Downtown hotels are owned and managed by Paramount Hospitality Management, LLC of Atlanta, GA. General Manager Mike Sellge and Director of Sales Ruth Lyons lead the management at both hotels for Paramount Hospitality Management.
The properties will share a well-equipped fitness center, a terrace with a fire pit and barbecue grills, and 784 square feet of functional meeting space to accommodate events for up to 126 people.
Situated in the heart of downtown Knoxville, the dual-branded property offers guests convenient access to the University of Tennessee, Neyland Stadium, the Knoxville Convention Center, Market Square and numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options.
"Attracting both business and leisure travelers, the downtown Knoxville area is an ideal location for this dual opening," said Janis Milham, senior vice president, Classic Select Brands for Marriott International. "Each brand offers distinct amenities and services that tailor to all visitors."
The Courtyard Knoxville Downtown guest room offers hybrid zones for working, sleeping, relaxing and getting ready. The new room design is intuitive and thoughtful, offering flexible yet comfortable spaces that enable technology. Upon arrival, guests can store bags on the “Luggage Drop” and plug personal devices into the “Tech Drop” ledge for seamless technology integration.
The Courtyard also offers the Refreshing Business lobby environment, where guests can enjoy an open and bright area outside of their rooms. Along with media pods, complimentary Wi-Fi and a variety of seating zones, the redefined space is ideal for everything from pop-up meetings to social gatherings. The lobby also features The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect®, offering casual, flexible seating; easy access to food and high quality, healthy menu options for breakfast; and light evening fare, including snacks, cocktails, wine and beer so guests can unwind. Throughout the hotel, guests can connect with ample electrical outlets. The business library features several computer terminals, along with a printer and separate computer stations dedicated solely to printing airline boarding passes and checking flight status.
The Residence Inn Knoxville Downtown offers studio and one-bedroom suites. Designed for stays of five nights or more, each suite also has a fully-equipped kitchen with a coffeemaker, microwave oven and residential-sized appliances. Guests looking for a revitalizing sleep experience will enjoy the hotel’s plush mattresses and crisp linens, while guests focused on being productive will value their suite’s large, well-lit work desk, ergonomic chair and complimentary high-speed Internet access.
The Residence Inn’s complimentary breakfast has a variety of great options, including specially made featured items. Guests can start their day off right with healthy food choices and, with a convenient to-go offering, can make sure they do not miss the most important meal of the day.
Extending the feeling of comfortable living on the road, the hotel offers guests inviting and functional public spaces to relax or collaborate. Road warriors and families alike enjoy the hotel’s complimentary breakfast, grocery delivery service, complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour onsite food and beverage market, dry cleaning services, and onsite guest laundry room.
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