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01
May

Procaccianti to leverage internal
design firm

CRANSTON, RI— With the importance of design growing as both independent and branded hotels look for unique style that will set them apart and owners and developers become more active participants in the design process, The Procaccianti Group (TPG), based here, has taken that involvement one step further by establishing its own in-house design firm…
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01
May

A Collaborative Effort
FelCor, HFS team up to redo 40 hotels

IRVING, TX— In today’s booming hospitality market, owners and developers are not only buying and building new assets at an often frenzied pace, but are also intensely focused on updating their existing properties in the form of renovating and repositioning projects.
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01
May

The Keating debuts in San Diego

SAN DIEGO— The Keating Hotel is the type of property that’s likely to have hoteliers seeing red, both literally and figuratively.To start, they may see red when they realize Edward Kaen, principal of The Keating Hotel Group, is the first person persuasive enough to convince noted Italian design firm Pininfarina Group— the design force behind…
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01
May

Architects and designers distinguish urban hotels with unique elements

When it comes to designing hotels, particularly in urban locations, architects and designers frequently turn to the city itself as a jumping off point for the creation of a style that is unique, but also reflective of the area. This issue of The New Look™ explores the design of an assortment of urban hotel properties—…
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01
May

Inn of Chicago

CONCEPT: Ultra hip and trendy boutique hotels are all the rage right now in the lodging industry, but when Jonathan Rachman, principal of San Francisco-based Rachman Massucco Interiors, was hired to redesign the former Best Western Inn of Chicago, those became dirty words, even though he was tasked with turning the hotel into an upscale…
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01
May

New Umstead Hotel a nod to classic Southern luxury

CARY, NC— When Umstead Hotel & Spa owner Ann Goodnight, operating as Four Star Ventures, LLC, and veteran interior designer Frank Nicholson first met, there was an immediate meeting of the minds. The Umstead, which opened in January, would be businesswoman Goodnight’s first hotel, while Nicholson had a lengthy list of luxury hotel design commissions…
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01
May

Harrah’s New Orleans Hotel

CONCEPT: Harrah’s New Orleans Hotel was designed to complement the historic warehouse district in which it stands, incorporating traditional brick facades as well as windows and other elements scaled in keeping with dimensions typical of 19th century New Orleans, according to Bhavna Mistry, project director for the design of the hotel, which was handled in-house…
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01
May

New Hilton BWI takes design cues from its airport location

LINTHICUM, MD–– Beauty, as the saying goes, is often in the eye of the beholder and it’s an adage that fits neatly into the design of the first full-service Hilton in Maryland’s Anne Arundel County.
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01
May

Doubletree Hotel Claremont

CONCEPT: Rare is it that an owner and designer see eye to eye on every facet of a hotel renovation and conversion project. But in the case of the renovation of the former Claremont Inn in Claremont, CA, the ideas of the owner and designer were synergistic simply because the two entities were represented by…
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