A multi-million dollar renovation of interior and exterior space brings one of the Mid Atlantic region’s most prominent meeting venues to new heights of productivity, professionalism and value. The Wyndham Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center in Glen Allen, Virginia, committed over $3 million to providing state-of-the-art technology in its dedicated conference centre. The renovation includes lobbies, restaurants, meeting and function space, and adding new gardens, reception areas and recreational facilities. Plans are underway for renovation of all 183 guestrooms and suites, to be completed in 2013.Its purpose-built, IACC-approved conference facilities are 21st century, designed “to produce maximum results,” according to General Manager Bob Nelson. Nelson was recently honoured with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts General Manager of the Year Award for 2011. He and his staff are committed to providing everything needed for a productive, cost-effective meeting.
In today’s business environment, meeting planners are under intense scrutiny to produce results. “A significant amount of time and money is lost because of badly planned and poorly executed meetings,” Nelson says. He and his staff have earned a reputation for providing a unique setting with excellent technical facilities, and one of the region’s most experienced and professional staffs that can assist with every aspect of conference and event planning. “Our customers are very loyal because we make them look very, very good,” says Nelson.
Set on 20 landscaped acres that reflect the grace and charm of Old Virginia, the recently renovated Wyndham Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center features a fast and efficient digital infrastructure to power meetings and events to their optimum potential.
The renovations are a perfect blending of classic and contemporary design, combining the most advanced technology and ergonomics within a serene and secure setting. Sequestered behind stately brick walls, the Wyndham Virginia Crossings Hotel & Conference Center recalls a college campus or private estate. Guests pass through a wrought-iron gate, up a tree-lined drive to the hilltop, where the property overlooks the woodlands of Virginia and the greens of the Crossings Golf Club.