SOURCE: Marriott International

Marriott International

October 03, 2011 16:36 ET

The Courtyard Santa Rosa Hotel Unveils Its New Look

Santa Rosa's Vice Mayor Helps Usher in the New Courtyard

SANTA ROSA, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 3, 2011) - The Courtyard Santa Rosa has a new look -- and people are taking notice. On Thursday, September 29th, the downtown hotel revealed its new Refreshing Business lobby and The Bistro dining concept. Santa Rosa Vice Mayor Jake Ours, accompanied by his wife, was on hand to do the ribbon-cutting honors, and was joined by Councilman John Sawyer, Chamber President Jonathan Coe and all of the Chamber Ambassadors. The 200 guests also included valued clients, local businesses, sister hotels in Santa Rosa, CA, the hotel leadership team from RIM Hospitality and in-house hotel guests. The re-opening was featured on the morning news and "Where's Debo" segment on KZST, Sonoma County's at-work station.

The new Refreshing Business lobby is unlike anything you'll find at other downtown Santa Rosa hotels. Its contemporary and sophisticated design is set up to keep guests connected, productive and inspired, and features a bright palette of blue, green, red and orange. Separate welcome pedestals replace the traditional front desk, allowing guests one-on-one interaction with staff for a more personal and private experience.

Guests who choose the Courtyard for their lodging in Santa Rosa, CA will appreciate the lobby's interactive GoBoard®. The 55-inch LCD touchscreen provides local information, including maps; weather; and news, business and sports headlines, and can also be used to search and print directions for restaurants and nearby attractions.

The new lobby is perfect for those looking to get work done at their Santa Rosa, CA lodging. Free Wi-Fi and numerous electrical outlets means you can stay connected. And, if you left your laptop behind, the business library has several free computer terminals, along with a free printer and dedicated terminals for guests to check on flights and print boarding passes. Flexible seating areas include a communal table, private media booths with high-def TVs and semi-enclosed lounge space.

The Courtyard Santa Rosa also unveiled The Bistro, offering casual and convenient dining with flexible seating. Guests will find high-quality, healthy options for breakfast and freshly brewed Starbucks coffee. In the evening, light bites are available, in addition to snacks, cocktails, wine and beer. If hunger strikes in the middle of the night, the Market™ is open 24/7 and carries snacks, beverages and sundries.

In your search for Santa Rosa, CA hotels, the Courtyard offers comfort, convenience and flexibility, whether you're here to focus on work or work your way through the nearby wineries. To learn more about the Courtyard Santa Rosa or book your stay, visit the hotel website

About The Courtyard Santa Rosa
The Courtyard Santa Rosa, just 30 minutes from the Pacific coast, offers comfort and convenience in the heart of Sonoma's wine country. After a day out, relax in our spacious guest rooms and suites, with free Wi-Fi, coffee/tea service, premium movie channels and cable TV, and comfortable beds. Those mixing business with pleasure will appreciate each room's desk and 2-line phones with voicemail, and the hotel's well-equipped business and fitness centers. Enjoy the outdoors at the pool/whirlpool or the nearby scenic riverwalk. Start and end your days at The Bistro, where breakfast, Starbucks coffee, dinner, wine and beer are available. The Courtyard Santa Rosa's 1,924 sq ft of flexible meeting space is ideal for events, from business gatherings to bridal showers. The largest meeting room, the Sonoma Ballroom, can host up to 100 guests. While our downtown hotel is located near hundreds of wineries, nearby attractions for the whole family include the Historic Railroad Square and Schulz Museum.

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    Mike Givens
    Courtyard Santa Rosa
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