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Calico Inns by Beechmont - 'Parkersburg' prototype

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72-room exterior corridor prototype for the Calico Inns brand
The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.)  This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.

The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.) This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.

The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.)  This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.

The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.) This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.

The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.)  This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.

The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.) This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.

The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.)  This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.

The Parkersburg prototype uses an exterior corridor design uncommon in more recently designed and constructed hotels, but is economical to build and might be suitable for temperate climates. (Reduced energy efficiency would cut against their use in warm or cold climate areas, safety considerations would cut against their use in cold climates where snow and ice is a regular occurrence in winter.) This is a first-generation design with 72 rooms.