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07
Feb

Case Study: Loews Ventana Canyon Resort

CONCEPT: The aim of the $10 million refurbishment of the 398 guestrooms at the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson, AZ was to create a look that would reflect the beauty of the hotel’s surroundings and “bring the desert experience into the guestroom by using the colors that complemented the natural jewel tones of the…
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07
Feb

Case Study: Millennium Broadway

CONCEPT: Owners Hong Leong Group Singapore, parent to Millennium Hotels and Resorts and Millennium and Copthorne Hotels Plc, and its subsidiary, CDL Hotels, wanted to play to the sophistication of the international clientele that frequents this Times Square district property and infuse its 650 rooms with Asian concepts and Art Deco touches reflecting its Manhattan…
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07
Feb

Case Study: Gaylord Texan Resort

CONCEPT: The design directive for the 1,511-room Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, TX was to represent the diversity and richness of the various regions and cultures of Texas through the interior design and architecture, noted James Carry, principal and design director, Wilson & Associates.
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07
Feb

Cheeca Lodge & Spa Stays True To Its Florida Keys Roots While Redefining Luxury

ISLAMORADA, FL KEYS— When Cheeca Holdings, LLC decided Cheeca Lodge & Spa here was ready for a face-lift, it had a very clear picture of what the outcome should be. However, it took a couple of attempts to fully achieve that vision.
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07
Feb

Lynn Wilson Brings A Royal Touch To Hotels Worldwide

For more than 30 years, designer Lynn Wilson has been lending her talent to a widespread assortment of projects. With an illustrious client list encompassing Queen Elizabeth of England, the kings of Morocco and Abu Dhabi, King Hussein and Queen Noor of Jordan and his royal highness Sheik Hamden Maktoum in the United Arab Emirates…
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07
Feb

Furniture Reflects Regional Trends

There are a number of ways for designers to make a property convey the feel of the local surroundings, and one of the most subtle yet effective tactics can be through the furnishings. Whether it’s case goods, seating, or even headboards, there is a wide range of different patterns and finishes that can be used…
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07
Feb

Designers Use Local Elements To Create Unique Atmosphere

Today’s designers are increasingly looking to offer something unique and different in terms of hotel design. Many agree that one way to achieve that goal is to incorporate elements into the design that reflect a property’s location.
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