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Additional $300,000 in improvements slated for Centennial Hotel Spokane

The Centennial Hotel Spokane has seen a number of improvements since its July sale to Worthy Hotels Inc., including the renovation of guest rooms, conversion of meeting rooms into guest rooms, a kitchen remodel, new shower valves, the installation of security cameras and updates to the electrical and fire alarm systems. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
The Centennial Hotel Spokane has seen a number of improvements since its July sale to Worthy Hotels Inc., including the renovation of guest rooms, conversion of meeting rooms into guest rooms, a kitchen remodel, new shower valves, the installation of security cameras and updates to the electrical and fire alarm systems. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

Since its change in ownership in July, the Centennial Hotel Spokane has seen a number of improvements, and more are coming. Upcoming work includes the addition of four new meeting rooms, work valued at $300,000, according to permits issued by the city.

Worthy Hotels Inc. purchased the Red Lion Hotel at the Park, 303 W. North River Drive, for $35 million, and the sale was followed by a flurry of building permits for renovations and updates. They include the renovation of guest rooms, conversion of meeting rooms into guest rooms, a kitchen remodel, new shower valves, the installation of security cameras and updates to the electrical and fire-alarm systems.

The 401-room, 67,000-square-foot hotel completed a $12 million renovation before the sale.

The Centennial Hotel Spokane opened in 1983 with 184 guest rooms, with later tower additions increasing the number of guest rooms. The hotel also has 30,000square feet of meeting space.

Walt and Karen Worthy started Worthy Hotels in 2000 with the purchase and restoration of the Historic Davenport Hotel. The company now owns and operates five – all in downtown Spokane – including the Davenport Tower, the Davenport Lusso and the Davenport Grand.

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