Hotel offers more than 17,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space.
ATLANTA – InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) announces the opening of the Crowne Plaza Lansing West hotel following conversion renovations to the guest rooms, reception and entrances, funded by the hotel’s ownership.
Located at 925 South Creyts Rd. and just off of Interstate 496, the five-story hotel is surrounded by tranquil green spaces and close to a variety of shopping centers and local attractions. This Lansing hotel is conveniently accessible to Michigan State University, the Michigan State Capitol Building, the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts, as well as the General Motors – Lansing Delta Township Assembly. Guests can take advantage of unique amenities such as nightly cookies and milk delivery to guest rooms, an indoor sports half-court, a 24-hour swimming pool and a game room, in addition to a well-equipped fitness and activity center.
“We’re pleased to bring this Crowne Plaza hotel to the Lansing area, especially in such a convenient location for business travelers,” said Gina LaBarre, vice president, Americas Brand Management, Upscale Brands, IHG. “We know our guests need to be productive when they’re on the road for work, and our hotels offer the service and amenities that enable them to be successful.”
The hotel has 212 guest rooms, including two Junior and two Premium suites. Additionally, travelers can take advantage of more than 17,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space which includes 15meeting rooms and an 8,600-square-foot Royale Ballroom that can further be partitioned into additional meeting spaces to suit different occasions.
“We’re proud to bring the Crowne Plaza brand to Lansing,” said Cindy Bowen, the hotel’s general manager. “Our hotel will now offer the Crowne Plaza comprehensive meetings program, which includes tools for successful meeting planning. This will help us better serve the businesses in the Lansing area, as well the businesses located just a short drive away in Detroit.”
Guests can take advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi in guest rooms and public spaces as well as varied food and beverage options. The hotel has a new, vibrant dining experience in “Bordeaux,” a full service restaurant with a wine room, full bar and three private dining areas, serving dishes with global influences, and “Cravings,” a coffee and snack shop with a variety of locally-made snacks and beverages.
The hotel features the Crowne Plaza Sleep Advantage program, which encompasses the entire sleep experience, from training staff on how to create and maintain a restful environment to providing innovative products and services. Program components include signature bedding, guaranteed wake-up calls, designated quiet zones and aromatherapy.
Part of the IHG global portfolio, the Crowne Plaza Lansing West hotel is one of several Crowne Plaza properties expected to open throughout the U.S. this year, including Stamford, Conn., Fullerton-Anaheim, Calif., and Orlando, Fla. The brand has also seen growth in top U.S. markets with recent openings in New York, Princeton, Downtown Detroit andCharlotte, N.C. With a quality global pipeline of nearly 100 hotels, the Crowne Plaza estate currently has more than 380 hotels worldwide. The scale and diversity of the IHG family of brands means that our hotels can meet our guests’ needs whatever the occasion – from an award-winning InterContinental hotel to a city-centre Holiday Inn Express property.
The Crowne Plaza Lansing West hotel, owned and operated by Lake Country Corporation, is franchised by an affiliate of IHG.
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