Earlier this year, Amarillo, Texas welcomed the opening of the Courtyard by Marriott Amarillo Downtown in the redeveloped historic Fisk Building. Designed by local architect Guy Carlander, the $12.7 million project represents the largest private investment in Amarillo’s central business district in over 40 years. The 11-story Fisk Building has been in Amarillo since 1927.
With 107 rooms on 10 floors, the new property is on the corner of Polk Street, Amarillo’s historic main street, and the site of recent restaurant and club development as part of a greater downtown re-development effort for Amarillo. A perfect fit for business travel, the new property features both suites and traditional guest rooms with a 24-hour business center, casual entertaining in the lobby restaurant and bar, a free parking garage for guests, a GoBoard in the lobby (a digital concierge for guests), and many other amenities.
The Courtyard by Marriott Amarillo Downtown is steps away from the major business addresses in Amarillo and a short walk from all the activity at the Amarillo Civic Center and Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts.
Attending a city-wide conference or a performance by the Amarillo Symphony? The Courtyard by Marriott® is the closest hotel - only six blocks away.
“The Courtyard by Marriott at the Fisk will not only be the premier place to stay while doing business or visiting downtown, but it will also be a great example of historic preservation of one of Amarillo’s finest buildings,” says Beth Duke, executive director of Center City of Amarillo,
For more information about Amarillo, visit the Amarillo CVC website at www.visitamarillotx.com.