Clarion Hotel Auburn gets $2.5 million renovation

Clarion Inn Auburn has recently completed a $2.5 million renovation, Choice Hotels International announced last Friday.

M&M Hospitality, the hotel’s owner, has invested in the renovation of the 93-room, three-story property, including enhancements to all public spaces and guest corridor features.

The hotel has added an RK Bistro and Bar designed for business travelers, leisure guest and groups. A meeting space is nestled on the third floor and will accommodate up to 25 people.

“We look forward to offering our guests an enhanced stay experience while we continue to offer exceptional levels of customer service,” said Reggie Kaur the hotel’s general manager. “We are excited to be part of Auburn.”

The Clarion Inn Auburn, at 9 16th St. NW, is within walking distance to Emerald Downs.

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