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07
Apr

Case Study: Radisson Hotel North Fort Worth

Allegiance Hospitality, a division of Allegiance Real Estate, purchased both the Holiday Inn North and South in Fort Worth, TX, with the goal of renovating the properties and rebranding them as Radissons.
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07
Apr

Case Study: Sheraton Minneapolis Midtown

The 136-room hotel was planned to be part of the Midtown Exchange, a $190-million mixed-use redevelopment, and use the Sheraton brand’s new prototype design, which features urban architecture and a 19th Century American park design with “vibrant” public areas.
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07
Apr

Case Study: Ritz-Carlton Naples

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Co. was counting on an extensive guestroom renovation of its 20-year-old Naples, FL property to lend the 450-room luxury resort the same kind of luster its newer Grande Lakes Resort in Orlando had achieved.
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07
Apr

Case Study: Hotel ICON

Property manager Benchmark Hospitality International wanted to create a sense of over-the-top, turn-of-the-century luxury for this 135-room Houston hotel that was created out of the landmark former Union National Bank Building.
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07
Apr

Case Study: Acqualina, A Rosewood Resort

When planning the guestrooms of the new Acqualina, A Rosewood Resort in Sunny Isles Beach, FL slated to open this month, Zeke Fernandez, principal of Zeke Fernandez Design, was instructed to create “a very luxurious hotel room with a five-star look, in fact, the best hotel room in Miami or the southern U.S.”
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07
Apr

Case Study: Westin Buckhead

The 365-room hotel was in need of a complete cosmetic renovation, which included the lobby level, guestrooms, corridors and suites, as well as the health club and pool. Interior design firm blackdogstudio wanted to play off the existing architecture of the building and do it “using the Westin look; clean lined with modern luxury,” according…
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07
Apr

Case Study: Embassy Suites Washington D.C.

Washington, DC-based BBG-BBGM was called upon to design the interiors for this new build hotel that was almost five years in the making. “The initial schematics were completed in 2000 but it was placed on hold after 9/11,” said Joan Gunawan, senior designer. “The project regenerated in 2003 and opened in 2005.”
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07
Apr

Four Seasons Santa Barbara Blends Historic Roots & Contemporary Features

SANTA BARBARA, CA— Owner Ty Warner Hotels and Resorts’ vision to bring back the grandeur first instilled in The Biltmore— now the Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara— back in the Roaring Twenties called for a sensitive restoration of the historic 80-year-old hotel plus its cottage suites and rooms.
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07
Apr

Classically Original

Alexandra Champalimaud has been bringing her classic style of design to hotels all over the world for more than 20 years. In that time, she has been at the helm of more than 60 hospitality projects and established herself as one of the industry’s leading designers. With a philosophy that is securely grounded in her…
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