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Check Out Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

Check Out Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery in New Orleans’ Warehouse Arts District debuted in April after completing a $13.4 million renovation and rebranding of the Ambassador Hotel. Provenance Hotels and GB Lodging purchased the hotel in August 2013 in ...

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Vantage Focuses on Growth at Annual Conference

Vantage Focuses on Growth at Annual Conference

Now that Vantage Hospitality has successfully integrated the new brands it picked up with the America’s Best Franchising acquisition in 2014, the company is focusing on continued growth. After all, with high distribution costs and an increasingly competitive marketing arena, ...

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Check Out the Kimpton Buchanan Lobby

Check Out the Kimpton Buchanan Lobby

Erected on the footprint of the former Hotel Tomo at the crossroads of Japantown and Pacific Heights in San Francisco, the Kimpton Buchanan hotel was envisioned by Nicole Hollis, founder of San Francisco-based NICOLEHOLLIS Interior Design, as a dynamic urban ...

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Pedestrian-Oriented Development Creates Inviting Space

Pedestrian-Oriented Development Creates Inviting Space

For Luca Maffey, vice president of design at John Portman & Associates, a building serves no purpose unless there are people to make it come alive. Pedestrian-oriented development is a common thread in many of the Atlanta-based architectural firm’s current ...

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Standing Out in the Hospitality Job Marketplace

Standing Out in the Hospitality Job Marketplace

To land a job in the hospitality industry, candidates must find a way to stand out in the sea of applicants—or fall into the resume black hole. Human resource experts shared the following tips for job seekers during a panel ...

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Marriott Scoops Up Starwood

Marriott Scoops Up Starwood

Marriott International announced this morning that it has agreed to buy Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide for approximately $12.2 billion in stock and cash to create the world’s largest hotel company. Combined, the companies operate or franchise more than 5,500 ...

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