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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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12
Mar

New Look continues Hotel Business’ legacy of serving the end user

Just like HOTEL BUSINESS®, New Look™ magazine was created to fill a void. Back in 2001, there was but one single design publication serving the hospitality marketplace and its primary mandate was to inspire the architecture, purchasing and design communities. There was not a magazine dedicated to serving the design needs of the industry’s end…
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05
Mar

Savvy A&D firm ForrestPerkins creates value for luxury hoteliers

Two heads are better than one. That phrase can be easily applied to the success that is the architectural and design firm, ForrestPerkins. A friendship leading to the marriage of two firms, countless awards and recognitions, and a decade later, ForrestPerkins is known internationally as one of the top luxury hotel design firms in the…
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03
Mar

Radisson Fort McDowell Resort pays homage to Native American culture

The 248-room Radisson Fort McDowell Resort, which not only includes a restaurant and a 25,000-square-foot conference center, features a design and ambiance that pays tribute to the Yavapai tribe’s cultural legacy as well as the surrounding desert landscape.
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03
Mar

City landmarks inspire design of new Hotel Monaco Portland

Having helped Kimpton Hotel and Restaurant Group, LLC pioneer the Hotel Monaco brand design beginning in 1995 with the first hotel, the San Francisco Monaco, Cheryl Rowley and her eponymous design firm have subsequently crafted the individual looks of Kimpton’s Monacos.
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03
Mar

Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf showcases ‘California Boardwalk’ style

Blackstone Real Estate Advisors, which has owned the 32-year-old Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco since 2006, wanted to transform the property into “a bright, fun and distinctive hotel,” according to James Looney, president of Dallas, TX-based design firm Looney and Associates.
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27
Dec

Radisson Lexington recalls old Manhattan glamour

When New York-based designers/architects Stonehill and Taylor took on the revamping of the Radisson Lexington Hotel in midtown Manhattan, the firm wanted to steep the 76-year-old, 600-room property, owned by Highgate Hotels, in its own glamorous, big city history.
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