Suites – Gillan's Inn http://gillansinn.com/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 02:34:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://gillansinn.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-favicon-2-32x32.png Suites – Gillan's Inn http://gillansinn.com/ 32 32 Ryan donates match suite to United Way for Saints in home opener https://gillansinn.com/ryan-donates-match-suite-to-united-way-for-saints-in-home-opener/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 22:32:06 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/ryan-donates-match-suite-to-united-way-for-saints-in-home-opener/ Ryan, a proud partner of the New Orleans Saints, showed his appreciation for local community volunteers by donating their game suite to two United Way groups for the Saints’ home opener against the Buccaneers of Tampa Bay on Sunday, September 18 at Caesars Superdome. “At Ryan, ‘Generosity Matters’ is a value we strive to live […]]]>

Ryan, a proud partner of the New Orleans Saints, showed his appreciation for local community volunteers by donating their game suite to two United Way groups for the Saints’ home opener against the Buccaneers of Tampa Bay on Sunday, September 18 at Caesars Superdome.

“At Ryan, ‘Generosity Matters’ is a value we strive to live every day,” said Matt Zagotti, Ryan Baton Rouge Manager. “The impactful work of United Way of Southeast Louisiana addresses disparities in health, education and financial stability in our community. We are proud to invite those who serve on the front lines and the clients they help at this weekend’s game in appreciation and to encourage their important work.”

“Being in Baton Rouge, I have more exposure and experiences with Capital Area United Way (“CAUW”),” Zagotti said. “I saw them stepping up for the severe flooding in 2016 and again last year when the capital region was hit by Hurricane Ida. At the same time, CAUT reached out to the South East affiliate to offer supplies, resources, volunteers, etc.

Ryan, one of the world’s leading providers of tax services and software, chose to honor these United Way affiliates because “they have been the local boots on the ground helping those in need, working overtime to helping their communities with hurricane relief in the south. ‘

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The sequel to the heroine Sreeleela has become a hot topic https://gillansinn.com/the-sequel-to-the-heroine-sreeleela-has-become-a-hot-topic/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 16:42:50 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/the-sequel-to-the-heroine-sreeleela-has-become-a-hot-topic/ The sequel to famous Telugu diva Sreeleela, who has about three or four movies to her credit and receives more than a crore in compensation but has yet to make her first blockbuster, is one of the things being talked about the more these days in Film Nagar. Suddenly, intriguing news appears. Sreeleela and her […]]]>

The sequel to famous Telugu diva Sreeleela, who has about three or four movies to her credit and receives more than a crore in compensation but has yet to make her first blockbuster, is one of the things being talked about the more these days in Film Nagar. Suddenly, intriguing news appears.

Sreeleela and her mother are rumored to be staying in a well-known 7-star hotel suite in Hyderabad for the next 30 days, of which she will spend about 21 days watching Vaishnav Tej’s film being filmed. The room, which is around 22K with all taxes included, adds up to almost 6+ lakes for the entire stay. This expense can increase by an additional 3 to 4 dollars if she also has to go to another appointment. What then is the problem?

One wonders if the new regulations apply to this heroine given that this film was produced by Trivikram’s wife, Sai Soujanya, in collaboration with sithara Entertainments and they are both active members of the “Active Producers Guild “. In reality, the new Guild rules stipulate that a heroine will receive the full package and that she is solely responsible for paying all of her travel and accommodation costs. However, some in the know argue that there is no point in raising the heroine’s accommodation fee when Vaishnav Tej receives 3-4 crore compensation though he only has his debut movie Uppena as a good success.

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Secondary suite settlement nears finish line in Oak Bay https://gillansinn.com/secondary-suite-settlement-nears-finish-line-in-oak-bay/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 16:30:00 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/secondary-suite-settlement-nears-finish-line-in-oak-bay/ Minor changes could still be made as the Oak Bay Secondary Suites Bylaw is likely to pass. The settlement was due to be presented to council on Monday, but is postponed until later in the week as council offices will be closed that day for a day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II. The rezoning, […]]]>

Minor changes could still be made as the Oak Bay Secondary Suites Bylaw is likely to pass.

The settlement was due to be presented to council on Monday, but is postponed until later in the week as council offices will be closed that day for a day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II.

The rezoning, driveway access, building and plumbing by-laws are all ready for third reading and passage, along with the parking and land use procedure and fees by-laws.

Adjustments are still possible in the areas of short-term rentals and parking requirements, based on public comments and questions from council during the September 8 two-hour public hearing.

To date, the Board has approved the 10 guiding attributes: the secondary suite program caters to both new and existing secondary suites; secondary suites are incorporated into all areas of single family residential use; no minimum lot size; no maximum unit size; owner occupancy is a requirement; enforcement should be complaints-based; basic health and safety standards must be met for existing homes based on alternate methods of compliance and BC building code compliance required for new homes; that a registration/tracking system be developed for the purposes of collecting baseline information, promoting health and safety, education and progressive compliance with the BC Building Code; use of the boarding facility is only permitted in the main accommodation, the definition of family includes a carer providing services to the family, and a maximum cap of six unrelated persons is permitted in a main building; and that an additional off-street parking space is required, but that staff have the authority to issue a development variance permit based on guidelines to promote active transportation, walking and other sustainability incentives .

All are reflected in the bylaws for potential adoption, including the parking bylaw decided earlier this year after much debate, and language around short-term rentals added relatively last minute in the draft that lasts for years.

Added language prohibits short-term rentals, especially temporary rentals for a period of less than 30 days.

Com. Tara Ney asked if this could be changed to reflect the 90 days some municipalities use. As this is a minor change, it could be amended before third reading.

The parking lot popped up several times, in the gallery and around the table. One commenter said the current plan to require additional off-street parking puts cars ahead of homes.

Com. Andrew Appleton, a supporter of not requiring parking, noted that since this is not in the land use section of the bylaw amendments, changes could be made before third reading without canceling the public hearing.

Following a public hearing, council cannot receive information or discuss the matter until it has been presented for third reading and eventually passed.

Find the agenda and broadcast instructions, as well as a recording of the public hearing online at oakbay.civicweb.net.

c.vanreeuwyk@blackpress.ca

oak bay council

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Changes to C-suite at Indigo Ag https://gillansinn.com/changes-to-c-suite-at-indigo-ag/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 15:54:24 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/changes-to-c-suite-at-indigo-ag/ News travels fast in agribusiness, and high-profile job changes are no exception. To help everyone stay on top of who’s moving where in the world of food and agriculture, APN begins a new monthly column to compile all the significant moves we can find. Last month, two Boston startups welcomed new executives and a Netherlands-based […]]]>

News travels fast in agribusiness, and high-profile job changes are no exception. To help everyone stay on top of who’s moving where in the world of food and agriculture, APN begins a new monthly column to compile all the significant moves we can find.

Last month, two Boston startups welcomed new executives and a Netherlands-based food retailer got its first-ever chief sustainability officer. Coffee giant Starbucks has cut one of its executive roles for the foreseeable future.

Are you in a new role or a new company? Do you know someone who’s gone? Message me to share the details: jennifer@agfunder.com.


C-suite changes at Indigo Ag: Two members of Boston-based Indigo Ag’s C-suite left in as many months. Jhe was chief commercial and chief operating officer of the company before that, Karsten Neuffer, left the company to become global CEO of RiceTec, Neuffer said in a LinkedIn post. It is not known whether his role was fulfilled. Also, Jennifer Betka, marketing director for three years, left to explore new opportunities. She was replaced by Victoria Godfrey, former CMO of Zipcar and SVP at DentaQuest. The company also hired a new chief financial officer in March.

Motif FoodWorks CEO Swap: Jonathan McIntyre has stepped down as CEO of Food Pattern to assume an advisory role. (Incidentally, McIntyre worked at Indigo Ag before joining Motif, a Boston-based spin-off Ginkgo Bioworks.) To replace him, Michael Leonard has moved from CTO to CEO and will lead the charge of what he calls “this new phase” for the company which was recently embroiled in a lawsuit with Impossible Foods over its use of the meat-flavored ingredient heme.

A new “priceless” financial recruit for GoPuff: Ted Stedem is the fast trade startup’s new CFO after years as CFO of QSR Panera. Stedem joins GoPuff just after the company laid off 10% of its workforce and closed 76 warehouses. The entire fast trade industry is struggling right now as startups try to achieve profitability in the midst of a recession. In a statement, GoPuff said Stedem will be ““will be invaluable as we move into the next phase of Gopuff.”

Visionary recruitment for Verdant Robotics: Georgia Tech faculty member Dr. Frank Dellaert, whose previous work includes Skydio, Facebook (now Meta) Reality Labs and Google AI, has joined Verdant as CTO to expand its computer vision and robotics applications . “As we continue to push the boundaries of discovery, it has become clear that Frank’s know-how and expertise broadens our technical reach,” Verdant CEO Dr. Gabe Sibley said in a statement. [Disclosure: AFN’s parent company, AgFunder, is an investor in Verdant Robotics.]

Jan Ernst de Groot. Image credit: Ahold Delhaize

More COOs for Starbucks: A role that will not be renewed after the departure of its current director is the title of COO at Starbucks. John Culver will step down on October 3, and Starbucks will disband the COO position thereafter. The decision has been in the works for months, according to a letter from Culver, and is part of a larger overhaul of Starbucks’ leadership team that has taken place over the past few months.

McDonald’s Lands New Impact Hire: Finally, fellow QSR McDonald’s recently nabbed John Banner from PepsiCo and named him executive vice president and chief global impact officer.

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A sad story for women, from childcare strikes to blocked executive suites https://gillansinn.com/a-sad-story-for-women-from-childcare-strikes-to-blocked-executive-suites/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/a-sad-story-for-women-from-childcare-strikes-to-blocked-executive-suites/ But a significant number of women still want and have children. Individuals and society benefit when these women can take on leadership positions without giving up everything else. A number of women have cracked the code. Surprisingly, they seem to ignore it or not want to share it. Author and columnist Kristina Ziwica argues that […]]]>

But a significant number of women still want and have children. Individuals and society benefit when these women can take on leadership positions without giving up everything else.

A number of women have cracked the code. Surprisingly, they seem to ignore it or not want to share it. Author and columnist Kristina Ziwica argues that the focus needs to be on childcare “so that women can participate actively in the workforce.” Ziwica was supported by an East German au pair while writing about the joys of the inflexible (and more or less compulsory) day care centers installed by the Soviets.

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But the form of childcare she used herself was not rigid, it was flexible and actively supportive. The facts bring us closer to the truth than the theory: mothers who have a successful or high profile career almost always succeed by adapting the care of their children to their situation.

It’s great for those who can afford it. But in our current system, that’s not good news for a low-income family or a single parent hoping to climb the corporate ladder. If more flexible child care were affordable for these parents, many inequities could be resolved in one fell swoop.

This would help single parents who are already dependent on finding alternatives to supplement centre-based care. The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare finds that “75% of children in single parent families where the parent was employed usually attended child care. Of these, 61 percent were in informal care, while 34 percent were in formal care. Informal can mean a combination of grandparents, babysitters and other arrangements.

It would also support parents who work irregular hours, such as shift workers. Not to mention the women who need to network, work overtime, or jump at the chance to meet the big boss of the freeway.

It would help breastfeeding women if a carer looking after the baby could come by for a quick feed between meetings. And it would help women who want to take a few extra moments out of their busy schedules to have lunch with their families, as we have done during the pandemic.

In short, it would be easier for women to be both mothers and executives.

But wait, there’s more. Do you remember I mentioned that my housekeeper made more than an hour than a nursery nurse? There is a simple reason for this: she has an ABN and she works for me directly, at my premises, choosing times that suit both of us to work around her university studies. Center child care has overhead costs, such as ownership, management, administration, union dues, and cooks. Public spending on childcare currently stands at about $9 billion a year, while parents pay up to $200 a day in some centers. I can tell you one thing: the extra money does not go to the educators.

When the government makes child care free (i.e. taxpayers pay for it indirectly rather than directly), even more money will be wasted on administration and there will still not be much left for the wonderful women who potty train your babies.

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Instead, the government could stop being the middleman and make childcare tax deductible. That wouldn’t mean daycares would go away — they work well for some people. People who don’t earn income to deduct might still be offered a center option.

But it would solve the twin challenges identified by the CEW and early childhood workers last week: dignity would finally sustain aspiration.

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As the industry matures in a downturn, CFOs become esports C-suite MVPs https://gillansinn.com/as-the-industry-matures-in-a-downturn-cfos-become-esports-c-suite-mvps/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 04:02:37 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/as-the-industry-matures-in-a-downturn-cfos-become-esports-c-suite-mvps/ In the hype-fueled world of esports, CFOs tend to get less credit than prominent CEOs like Hector Rodriguez or Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag. But as a recession looms and esports organizations scramble to achieve profitability, they are increasingly looking to their CFOs to help shine their spotlight. “In the face of a potential recession, it is […]]]>

In the hype-fueled world of esports, CFOs tend to get less credit than prominent CEOs like Hector Rodriguez or Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag. But as a recession looms and esports organizations scramble to achieve profitability, they are increasingly looking to their CFOs to help shine their spotlight.

“In the face of a potential recession, it is almost necessary that the teams and professional leagues that will succeed must now build their executive suite,” said Ann Hand, president and CEO of esports company Super League Gaming.

To some extent, the rise of the CFO of esports is a natural downstream effect of the industry’s meteoric growth in recent years.

“When it comes to partnership deals, the role of the CFO is critical for reporting. This FTX deal was $200 million over 10 years – so from an accounting perspective, how did the CFO- reported this?” said Amish Shah, Founder and Chairman of ReKTGlobal. “The CFO has to come in there and own it, and that wasn’t the case five years ago when you were doing sponsorship Red Bull for $300,000. Things have really evolved. »

But the esports CFO’s ascendancy isn’t limited to general industry growth.

This is the result of several recent and significant changes in the esports business landscape. Esports organizations are rapidly diversifying their revenue streams, adopting more of a holding company model than a competition-driven strategy; this has led to increased M&A activity in the space as organizations expand internationally to reach new audiences.

Perhaps more importantly, as esports companies accumulate more private funding or go public, their investors are watching their business deals more closely. In recent years, profitability was not an issue and esports investments were largely driven by hype, making CMOs more likely to lead the conversation. These days, when esports organizations move a business or content, they are immediately beset by investors asking how it will help generate revenue or make the business profitable – so the CFO must par definition having your hands in many buckets, understanding how each element of the business fits into the larger puzzle.

“Since 2008, we were in this unprecedented period of raising capital, of money entering the venture capital market. All of the startups were actually about revenue growth, and that was part of every investment over the last 10-12 years,” said Jason Ton, CFO of esports organization 100 Thieves. “Over the past six to seven months the market has crashed significantly and everyone is now focused on the bottom line and the economics of the unit. So in that respect that has probably been the biggest change. from last year.

Ton was the sixth employee hired by 100 Thieves, so he’s always worn a range of hats around the company. But while other C-level employees at the company have seen their jobs shrink as the company grows, Ton’s job has expanded into a more operational role. It is his responsibility to understand how each part of the business works.

When 100 Thieves acquired a peripheral manufacturer, Ton became a hardware industry expert; As the organization expanded into game design, it also began to delve into that industry. “If you think about it, they’re like five very separate businesses, so the work itself has become more complex over time,” he said. “It’s a very encompassing role that spans all departments – I don’t just look at numbers all day.”

CFOs aren’t the only C-level employees who have become more important as the esports industry has matured. Despite companies’ efforts to diversify, brand partnerships still account for the bulk of revenue for most esports organizations, and more teams have begun appointing a C-level executive to specifically handle this. side of the business. This has resulted in the creation of new high-level roles: for example, G2 Esports hired Irina Shames to be its first-ever CRO in June, reflecting the organization’s focus on partnerships.

“We are proud to work with premium partners in every industry globally and offer each of them tailored partnerships that align with their brand and products within the G2 ecosystem” , Shames said. “It requires a lot of strategic planning and resources and dedicated C-level leadership, and that’s where the role of a CRO comes in to lead the initiative.”

But the future looks the brightest for esports CFOs. As companies continue to experiment with new revenue streams, partnerships could eventually be phased out, though it would certainly take some time. One thing is certain, public and private investors in esports will continue to ask where the money is coming from – and that will always be the role of the CFO.

“You could say the CFO is going to play a very important role in assessing these new opportunities and how to wisely move resources within the organization to ensure they capitalize on these new initiatives,” said Mike Olson, Version 1 CFO. “And there will be esports organizations that will be made or broken based on their ability to make the right decisions.”

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Fantasy Suites Two-Part Special Date and Time https://gillansinn.com/fantasy-suites-two-part-special-date-and-time/ Sun, 04 Sep 2022 18:52:33 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/fantasy-suites-two-part-special-date-and-time/ TV Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia are ready for their Fantasy Suites dates, and fans of the series can’t wait to see what happens next. Here, find out when and where to watch or stream The Bachelorette 2022 two-part special. By Natalia Lobo September 04, 2022 2:52 p.m. EDT September 04, 2022 2:52 p.m. EDT […]]]>

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Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia are ready for their Fantasy Suites dates, and fans of the series can’t wait to see what happens next. Here, find out when and where to watch or stream The Bachelorette 2022 two-part special.

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© Twitter: @BacheloretteABCRachel Recchia (left) and Gabby Windey

The Hometown dates are a thing of the past and it’s time for the Fantasy Suite Dates in The Single 2022. Rachel Rechia and Gaby Windey are ready to enjoy their dates with their finalists in a luxury resort, before the grand finale (which will also be divided into two).

After hometown dates, Rachel chose Zach, Aven and Tino. Meanwhile, Gabby hasn’t sent anyone home, which means her finalists are Johnny, Erich and Jason. However, things will get emotional for everyone involved as the single(s) and their men have to make tough decisions.

This year, the Fantasy Suites dates took place at Mexico. In previews, we see how women have to face hard truths about how their men don’t feel ready to commit 100%. However, we know that they both find loveso fans want to know who will be the winner.

Fantasy Suites 2022: Is The Bachelorette Tomorrow Night?

Yes, The Single airs tomorrow night (Monday September 5) with the first part of the Fantasy Suites special at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. If you can’t watch it on cable, you have the option of streaming the episode live on fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial. You can also watch it on Hulu the next day.

However, the fun won’t stop on Monday as part two will air on Tuesday (September 6) evening (8 p.m.). This will mark the switch from Monday to Tuesday, as the two-part finale will air on September 13 and 20.

There was a lot of speculation about how the show would be split, if one night was to be dedicated to Rachel and the other to Gabby. However, from the previews, it’s safe to assume that the girls will to stay together.

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Houston Texans to host Uvalde High School football team in season opener https://gillansinn.com/houston-texans-to-host-uvalde-high-school-football-team-in-season-opener/ Sat, 03 Sep 2022 00:02:19 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/houston-texans-to-host-uvalde-high-school-football-team-in-season-opener/ 7:25 p.m. ET Beloved DJESPN The Houston Texans have invited the Uvalde High School football team to be their guests for the team’s season opener against the Indianapolis Colts at NRG Stadium on September 11. The Texans, along with supermarket chain HEB, are providing Uvalde’s team with transportation to the stadium as well as suites […]]]>

The Houston Texans have invited the Uvalde High School football team to be their guests for the team’s season opener against the Indianapolis Colts at NRG Stadium on September 11.

The Texans, along with supermarket chain HEB, are providing Uvalde’s team with transportation to the stadium as well as suites for the game.

Members of the Texans traveled to Uvalde and spent time with the football team as they prepared for their home opener Friday night. Among the Texans contingent were CEO Cal McNair, vice president Hannah McNair, head coach Lovie Smith, linebackers Christian Kirksey and Kamu Grugier-Hill, as well as director of sports medicine Roland Ramirez, who attended nearby Robb Elementary School.

The group spent the last two days with Uvalde and provided the football team with new Nike uniforms.

The Texans previously announced that they would wear “Uvalde Strong” decals on their helmets against the Colts.

Nineteen children and two teachers from Robb Elementary School were killed May 24 in the deadliest shooting in Texas history. In the days following the shooting, the Texans donated $400,000 to the Robb School Memorial Fund, while Texan players contributed $200,000.

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Saint Mary’s Hospital Opens Serenity Suite https://gillansinn.com/saint-marys-hospital-opens-serenity-suite/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 23:07:00 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/saint-marys-hospital-opens-serenity-suite/ WATERBURY, Conn. (WFSB) – The new Serenity Suite is a room where staff can take care of their mental health. It’s a much-needed resource after what they’ve been through during the pandemic. Molly Fallon has seen the brunt of Covid-19 from the front lines at Saint Mary’s. She says her work family kept her going. […]]]>

WATERBURY, Conn. (WFSB) – The new Serenity Suite is a room where staff can take care of their mental health.

It’s a much-needed resource after what they’ve been through during the pandemic.

Molly Fallon has seen the brunt of Covid-19 from the front lines at Saint Mary’s.

She says her work family kept her going.

“It was probably one of the most difficult times of my life,” said Fallon, an emergency department nurse. “We schedule time to see each other outside of work so we can all relax a bit together.”

But now she has another outlet, the Serenity Suite.

Upon entering the room, you can escape to places all over the world.

“Take me to the Northern Lights,” Fallon said.

Molly wanted an escape to the Northern Lights, but you can also go to the beach, a waterfall, or maybe a forest.

Surround sound helps you live in the moment.

“I now enjoy one of the best parts of the Serenity Suite, one of their massage chairs, because when it comes to relieving stress, it’s all about touching all the senses. so, of course, that means the touch and the physical that causes stress. So in addition to their chairs, they also have yoga mats,” said Channel 3 reporter Dennis Valera.

The room also has essential oils and coloring books.

Shawna Edwards, Chief Nursing Officer, helped make the Serenity Suite a reality.

She says hospital management will encourage staff to intervene.

“Sometimes we need permission as humans to do that, we don’t naturally say it’s time for me to take a break. So sometimes someone else who identifies that in you can help you,” Edwards said.

It’s something that Molly and her colleagues really appreciate.

“When nurses feel cared for, they will stay and help. They will even give better care to their patients and patient care always comes first,” Molly said.

The Serenity Suite is available to staff 24/7.

It can accommodate up to six people at a time.

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Marriott Columbia Completes Room and Suite Renovations https://gillansinn.com/marriott-columbia-completes-room-and-suite-renovations/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 07:16:32 +0000 https://gillansinn.com/marriott-columbia-completes-room-and-suite-renovations/ Marriott Columbia announces the completion of the renovation of its rooms and suites. Owned and operated by Columbia Sussex, the Marriott Columbia is located on Main Street in the heart of downtown Columbia, which encompasses a 36-block area and is minutes from the state capitol, the zoo and Riverbanks Garden, historic homes and Bull Street […]]]>

Marriott Columbia announces the completion of the renovation of its rooms and suites. Owned and operated by Columbia Sussex, the Marriott Columbia is located on Main Street in the heart of downtown Columbia, which encompasses a 36-block area and is minutes from the state capitol, the zoo and Riverbanks Garden, historic homes and Bull Street Stadium. . Columbia is also home to the University of South Carolina and has hosted Southeastern Conference football teams, fans and entertainers at Colonial Life Arena and Township Auditorium, from Bob Dylan to Elton John.

Groups of all sizes and vacationers visiting the area as a destination will find more than 50 restaurants, eclectic shops and an old country store, as well as arts and cultural attractions, including 36 properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the best of independent films. at the Nickelodeon Theater and the award-winning Columbia Museum of Art.

Marriott Columbia is the largest downtown hotel offering a unique blend of Southern comfort and urban style. The full-service hotel offers South American cuisine in its Midlands restaurant and adjoining lounge and has the most flexible meeting and event space in downtown Columbia, with 24,000 square feet that can accommodate groups ranging from five to 800 people.

The hotel’s guest room renovations reflect the richness of Columbia’s first neighborhood, with a nod to its history and culture, nature, and the city’s vibrant metropolitan lifestyle. All 300 rooms, including the Governor’s Suite, Parlor Suites, Jr. Suites, and Balcony Suites, have been renovated to reflect the new design philosophy, combined with contemporary, upscale touches reflecting modern aesthetics and comfortable from the Marriott brand. The complete overhaul of the hotel rooms included the appointment of completely new furniture and furnishings.

Rooms and suites take advantage of sweeping city views, including Boyd Park at the Columbia Art Museum, Arsenal Hall, and Historic Main Street, with generously placed large windows to allow natural light to fill rooms and suites. Artwork and furnishings complement an emphasis on the region’s traditional roots with contemporary materials and amenities. Rooms and suites feature neutral color palettes with pops of rich blue and gray hues, juxtaposing natural wood and metal materials with contemporary designs and carefully selected artistic focal points.

Hotel website

Marriott Colombia
1200 Hampton Street
Columbia, South Carolina 29201
United States

+1 803-771-7000

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