Alabama-based hotel management company LBA Hospitality has announced the completion of its revitalisation project of the Courtyard by Marriott Houston NASA/Clear Lake in Texas.

As part of the renovation project, the 124-room property underwent several upgrades including new carpeting, furniture, artwork, wall coverings and draperies in its guestrooms, meeting rooms and other spaces.

LBA Hospitality VP of sales and marketing Judy Cluck said: “We are looking forward to welcoming guests to our newly renovated Courtyard by Marriott NASA/Clear Lake”.

The property is owned by Apple Hospitality REIT and managed by LBA Hospitality. Its guestrooms feature functional workspaces, spacious bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi, a microwave and a mini fridge.

The hotel provides the latest in-room entertainment technology, enabling guests to stream their devices through the large HDTV.

In addition, Courtyard offers several amenities including an outdoor swimming pool, a well-equipped fitness centre, three meeting rooms with a combined area of 1,600ft², a 24-hour market and the Bistro restaurant.

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The hotel is located within walking distance of NASA Johnson Space Center and Space Center Houston.

The location also provides guests with easy access to Kemah Boardwalk, Big League Dreams, downtown Houston, the Theater District and Museum District.

“The location of the hotel coupled with the upgrades from this renovation will provide guests travelling for leisure or business with an impressive experience,” Judy Cluck also added.