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  • Tan-Tar-A renovations continue

  • Renovation work is continuing at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Golf Club, Marina and Indoor Waterpark. Work now underway focuses on the resort's main building and is scheduled to be completed this spring.
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  • Renovation work is continuing at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Golf Club, Marina and Indoor Waterpark. Work now underway focuses on the resort's main building and is scheduled to be completed this spring.
    All 144 guest rooms in the main building, Building A, are being renovated as well as the main lobby and Mr. D's Lounge. Additional renovations to Windgate Hall, the resort's 30,000-square-foot exhibit area, have been completed. The updated exhibit hall now is more suitable as a multi-purpose meetings and events area, providing groups flexible options for meetings and conventions.
    "Initial feedback from our guests has been one of excitement for our new look," said Fred Dehner, Tan-Tar-A general manager. "We believe our large guest rooms will be popular with our diverse clientele of group and family travelers. Whether they need room to work, or just relax, our rooms give them luxurious, modern comfort during their stay at our full-service resort."
    When completed, guest rooms on all eight floors of the main building will feature two king-size beds along with a sleeper sofa. Modern furnishings, fixtures, and amenities in the rooms will include new mattresses, crisp linens and bedding, and flat-screen high-definition televisions, in addition to updated modern decor.
    The Oaks Course also has been under renovation.
    A new fiber optic network has been installed, which will increase bandwidth in the resort's meeting spaces and guest rooms to ensure maximum productivity and networking for resort guests.
    The Oaks, Tan-Tar-A's 18-hole championship golf course, received attention as well, with new sod on the driving range and new bunkers.
     

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