McKibbon Hospitality, an award-winning leader in hotel management, today announced that Courtyard Tallahassee North/I-10 Capital Circle, owned by Hospitality Investors Trust (HIT), has completed an all-encompassing, multi-million-dollar renovation.

The renovation, which began in June and was completed in August, brings modern, stylistic upgrades to the hotel’s guest rooms, suites, and meeting space, including an all-new contemporary furniture package and refreshed carpeting throughout. Other notable upgrades include the addition of new 55″ smart TVs in all guest rooms, all new state-of-the-art equipment in the hotel’s 24/7 fitness center, and a refreshed exterior.

“We are so proud of our new, revitalized space and can’t wait to share it with our guests,” said Courtyard Tallahassee General Manager Matthew McCloud. “Not only are we primed to better serve our guests following this exciting renovation, we recently welcomed hospitality veteran Leslie Murry as our new director of sales, rounding out our leadership team.”

Courtyard Tallahassee offers modern and relaxing accommodations and an unrivaled guest experience. The 3-story hotel features 90 spacious guest rooms, three suites, 650 square feet of meeting space, a 24/7 fitness center, and an indoor heated pool. With free Wi-Fi, movable workstations, and plush bedding, guests will find everything they need to feel at home.

Addit ionally, in the morning, guests can stop by The Bistro® for a breakfast sandwich paired with a Starbucks® beverage, then return in the evening for dinner and handcrafted cocktails. Located just off I-10 and Capital Circle, the Florida State Capitol, Florida State University, Florida A&M University, Maclay Gardens State Park, and the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center are just minutes away, providing comfort with convenience.

To ensure the health and safety of guests and associates, the hotel has implemented enhanced cleaning and disinfection protocols and physical distancing measures so guests can book their stay with confidence.