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Greenville's luxury Crowne Plaza reopens following $5 million renovation

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Looking for a weekend getaway? Huntsvillians may want to check out Greenville, SC. It's just over 300 miles from the Rocket City — a mere 5 hour drive. And you may want to book your stay at the newly renovated Crowne Plaza.

According to a press release issued Monday by Rialto Capital Advisors, the hotel has undergone a more than $5 million renovation. The newly transformed facility offers an amazing experience for recreational and business guests alike.

The hotel was reportedly designed with a contemporary and sophisticated look that includes a total makeover of all guest rooms, the lobby and lounge, fitness center and bar. The Crowne Plaza also now has a new bar featuring an all-day dining menu with a delicious selection provided by Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. The upscale steakhouse will provide all food and beverage services throughout the hotel.

In addition, the hotel has 6,500 square feet of first class meeting and banquet space, including a 4,200 square foot Grand Ball Room that accommodates up to 500 people. The hotel also features meeting spaces, including two new executive board rooms, demonstrating the company's commitment to business travelers, as well as business leaders in and near the Greenville area.

"We value community investment and are excited to demonstrate our commitment through projects such as this one. This investment will now be able to provide an economic benefit to Greenville and we appreciate their support in making this project possible," said Bradley Kentor, Vice President, Rialto Capital Advisors.

To reserve a guest or meeting room, or to learn more about the Greenville Crowne Plaza, visit the website or call (864) 248-1725.



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