|By Marketwired .||
|May 28, 2014 04:17 PM EDT||
ORANGE PARK, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 05/28/14 -- They say that first impressions are the most important, and that is especially true in hospitality. As guests arrive at a property, they immediately form opinions about service and accommodations that can be hard to shake. But for travelers headed to the Courtyard Jacksonville Orange Park, the hotel's recently completed lobby renovation means that nothing but style and comfort await guests from the get-go.
The changes to this Orange Park, FL beach hotel have been as dramatic as they are positive. Instead of a traditional lobby outfitted in neutral hues and stiff seating arrangements, guests encounter a vibrant and flexible space suffused with clean lines, bright colors and modern décor. Semi-enclosed media pods, for example, offer privacy and connectivity within the larger social setting of the lobby. And the inviting lounge, with its plush seating and abundance of natural light, accommodates groups large and small.
The focal point of the revamped space, however, is undoubtedly the new Bistro. Serving Starbucks coffee and specialty drinks in the morning along with fresh and healthy fare, The Bistro is ideal for travelers who want to get a jumpstart on the day. This restaurant in Orange Park, FL also offers a savory dinner-and-drinks menu in the evening for the perfect end to the day. Guests can sidle up to the communal table and chat with fellow diners, or log on with the hotel's free Wi-Fi access and catch up on deadlines.
In a departure from other hotels near JAX Airport, this property also keeps guests updated on the latest travel conditions with its state-of-the-art GoBoard in the lobby. Weather, news, airport information and even the scoop on local attractions are all available just by touching the screen.
The lobby, for all its stunning effects, is not the only space to receive attention. Business travelers can also look forward to updated meeting spaces within the 4,530 square feet of conference rooms. And the property doesn't disappoint in the amenities department, either. It is one of the most value-driven Orange Park, FL hotels with a fitness center, pool and whirlpool. After all, first impressions may count for a lot, but never more than when those impressions are fulfilled by a truly delightful stay.
About the Courtyard Jacksonville Orange Park
Recently updated, the Courtyard Jacksonville Orange Park offers travelers modern accommodations and attentive service in one of the area's most convenient locations off the I-295. Guests will find the 115 guest rooms outfitted with amenities like separate work areas, microwaves and mini-refrigerators, flat-panel televisions and coffee service, while access to the fitness center and outdoor pool makes any trip feel like a getaway. The hotel's refreshed meeting space can accommodate groups of up to 150 people. And the dining options, which include the brand-new Bistro in the lobby, serve fresh and healthy fare to fuel productive days. Free Internet access throughout the property and close proximity to everything from golf to the Orange Park Medical Center mean this is one property that can satisfy everyone's needs.
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Courtyard Jacksonville Orange Park
610 Wells Road
Orange Park, Florida 32073
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