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23
Jul

In the quest for cutting-edge hotels, don’t forget the Baby Boomers

Is hotel design becoming “too cool”? Are properties being designed and built without the guest’s wants and needs really being taken into account?
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14
Jul

Renaissance Pere Marquette reveals post-hurricane renovation

In the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, which inflicted extensive first-floor flooding damage, the owners of the 272-room Renaissance Pere Marquette in New Orleans ordered the first renovation at the property since it opened in 2001.
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09
Jul

World Market Center launching year-round design resource for the hotel industry

World Market Center Las Vegas recently announced it will be broadening its horizons to address the needs of the hospitality furnishings industry and the design community.
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02
Jul

San Francisco’s Hotel Union Square gets a high-style makeover

Housed in a building that has been a part of the San Francisco lodging scene for nearly 100 years, the Hotel Union Square completed a $5 million renovation this past spring that refreshed its 131 guestrooms as well as public spaces, allowing for contemporary enhancements while maintaining the historic architectural elements of the original structure.
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12
May

Forging relationships with key decision-makers is more critical than ever

Today’s hospitality marketplace has more “moving parts” than ever before. Aside from pitching to designers, successful suppliers must create and maintain relationships with everyone involved in the process including, owners, developers, purchasing companies, general contractors, management companies and asset managers. On any single project there are sure to be multiple touch points, any one of…
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25
Apr

In the battle for purchasing supremacy, does the agent or dealer model win with hotel owners?

Alan Benjamin of Benjamin West and Chris Robinson of Hatchett Hospitality face off to debate their two different purchasing models and how each offers benefits to hotel owners.
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23
Apr

Westin Alexandria designed to anchor The Carlyle mixed-use complex

With greater numbers of investors seeking to place their hotels in mixed-use developments as a way of spreading risk and assuring a certain degree of revenue generation, making a hotel both distinct and harmonious in an overall scheme is a challenge architects and designers increasingly face.
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23
Apr

Hotels choose comfortable furnishings with edgy design

When planning a guestroom, space is obviously of paramount importance but comfort and style are also key factors, causing designers to choose specific furnishings for their projects.
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16
Apr

Nashville’s Union Station Hotel brought into 21st Century with renovation

An $11-million facelift of the historic property was planned to restore the structure that originally served as a railroad station when it was launched in 1900 and since has become a 125-room hotel.
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