US-based Sarona Holdings has completed renovations to the seven-story dual-tower Holiday Inn Orlando Airport hotel.
As part of the transformation, the property’s 290-guest rooms, conference facilities, lobby and other public areas were renovated to reflect the brand’s new H4 design concept.
The Holiday Inn brand is owned by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG).
The Holiday Inn Orlando Airport hotel offers a light and contemporary lobby area with three reception desks for guests.
Sarona Holdings president RP Rama said: “The Holiday Inn Orlando Airport hotel is excited to bring Holiday Inn’s new H4 design concept to central Florida.
“Our new design reflects the style, comfort and flexibility that guests desire when away from home.”
Following renovations, the Holiday Inn Orlando Airport hotel now features the brand’s new H4 guest room design, a solution that adapts to individual needs of each guest.
As part of the design, the property offers a Welcome Nook that serves as a drop zone for guests; and a new Moveable Desk and more than five dedicated points of power throughout the room.
Additional amenities offered at the hotel include Keurig brewers in every room, accommodations for the physically and visually disabled, and a ground floor that is pet friendly.
Other facilities include Drift kitchen and bar, a restaurant, conference area and guest rooms, 7,000ft² of meeting space with six meeting rooms.
Located at 5750 TG Lee Boulevard, Orlando, Florida, the Holiday Inn Orlando Airport hotel also offers complimentary business centre, high speed Internet and WiFi, as well as shuttle service to and from the airport.
Other amenities include a fitness centre, outdoor pool, basketball and tennis court.
Sarona owns and manages the Holiday Inn Orlando Airport hotel.