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Hotel in Ottawa Ontario Recently Completed a Multi-Million Dollar Renovation

Stay in the Newly Renovated Ottawa Marriott Hotel

OTTAWA, ON -- (Marketwired) -- 05/30/14 -- The Ottawa Marriott Hotel, a luxurious hotel near downtown Ottawa, recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation that transformed it into a premier destination for both business and leisure travelers.

The renovations, which took place over three years, were completed in several phases, bringing major improvements to the hotel in downtown Ottawa.

The Great Room was renovated in 2010, and it's now an open, modern space that features comfortable seating, iMac workstations, and free wireless Internet access.

The hotel's stylish on-site restaurant, "spin" Kitchen & Bar, was completed in early 2011. Here, guests can enjoy wholesome comfort food and a drink at the bar while learning about the "spin" of the week, an edgy topic of conversation written by Canada's top journalists and political pundits.

The Ottawa Marriott Hotel has 25 meeting rooms and a total of 35,000 sq. ft. of modern meeting space in Ottawa, which was fully renovated in 2012. Host a memorable event in one of the newly renovated meeting rooms in Ottawa, like the elegant 6,365-square-foot Victoria Ballroom or Summit, a revolving room on the 29th floor with expansive views of downtown Ottawa.

The last phase of the renovations included a complete refurbishment to the 486 guest rooms, which were just completed this year. The spacious rooms and suites now feature stylish new carpets, window treatments, and lighting fixtures, as well as plush bedding, large work desks with ergonomic chairs, LCD TVs, coffee/tea service, complimentary standard Wi-Fi, and stunning views of downtown Ottawa and the Gatineau Hills. Concierge level guest rooms offer upgraded amenities, stylish contemporary décor, and access to a private concierge lounge, which was also recently updated.

Conveniently located near Parliament Hill, the Ottawa Marriott Hotel has a prime location just a short stroll from Rideau Canal, ByWard Market, Ottawa Convention Centre, and National Gallery of Canada. Guests can explore great museums like the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Canadian Museum of Nature, learn about Canada's history at the Parliament of Canada, and ice skate on the Rideau Canal, the world's longest skating rink and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

About the Ottawa Marriott Hotel
Located in the heart of downtown Ottawa, the Ottawa Marriott Hotel is a welcoming and beautiful hotel that was recently renovated with state-of-the art technology, comfortable furnishings, and elegant designs. This AAA 4-Diamond property, which is Green Key certified, offers complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, concierge service, on-site laundry, a full-service business centre, a fitness centre, indoor heated pool, and sauna. Guests can enjoy classic American food in the newly renovated "spin" Kitchen & Bar or grab a cup of coffee at the on-site Starbucks. Kids will love the game room and Kids' Zone, which has Xbox 360, Wii consoles, an indoor tree house, foosball, air hockey, pool, and floor hockey. After an exciting day spent exploring Ottawa's great attractions, guests can retire to the newly renovated contemporary guest rooms, which are outfitted with fluffy bedding, large desks, LCD TVs, and free Wi-Fi.

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Ottawa Marriott Hotel
100 Kent Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5R7 Canada
1-613-238-1122
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yowmc-ottawa-marriott-hotel/

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