SpringHill Suites BWI Completes $3 Million Renovation

SpringHill Suites Baltimore BWI Airport has completed a $3 million renovation to all guest suites and public spaces.

SpringHill Suites Baltimore BWI Airport has completed a $3 million renovation to all guest suites and public spaces.

LINTHICUM, MD — From the front desk to private suites and everything in between, it’s an all-new stay at SpringHill Suites Baltimore BWI Airport.

Undergoing a $3 million renovation, the all-suite hotel, less than 3 miles from Baltimore-Washington International Airport, now features newly remodeled suites and public spaces while providing updated services. No detail was overlooked during the improvements to the guest rooms, lobby, hallways, business center, front desk, breakfast area and 24-hour Market.

Custom artwork, strategically placed throughout the hotel, reflects the commitment of the SpringHill Suites brand to support local artists through their Save Art initiative.

A new check-in experience awaits at a more functional front desk, which better allows the hotel staff to easily assist guests with luggage and other needs. No matter what brings guests to town, there are plenty of spaces to relax or get down to work. The lobby has been divided into three sections with new big-screen TVs, high-top tables with power outlets and a large community table. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the lobby to keep guests connected 24/7, and an expanded business center provides a complimentary boarding pass print station.

Visitors are invited to pick up a signature Chupa Chups lollipop upon check-in before heading to a completely remodeled suite. Boasting new mattresses with spandex bed skirts, blackout drapes and sheers and new pull-out sleeper sofas, the suites serve as a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. Updated wall treatments, carpet, lighting, USB ports and outlets complement amenities including wet bar areas, stainless-steel microwaves and mini-refrigerators. Business travelers will appreciate larger desks with ergonomic chairs and pod-style end tables that can be easily moved for working comfortably from the sofa. New flat-panel TVs will keep guests entertained during downtime.

Whether in town for a day or week, it’s easy to stay fueled up for adventure with the hotel’s complimentary breakfast buffet and coffee station. The hotel’s breakfast area now offers built-in coolers and induction stovetops to accommodate a better quality breakfast.

The revamped 24-hour Market features snacks, sundries, energy drinks, ice cream and microwavable meals in addition to Cake Love in a Jar, single portion sizes of cake done by Warren Brown, star of the Food Network show Sugar Rush. The local chef personally makes deliveries to the hotel.

The hotel has also purchased a more spacious shuttle to offer free transportation to and from Baltimore-Washington International Airport that makes it more comfortable for guests traveling to the area.

,