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What Direction Is the Boutique Hotel World Headed?

What Direction Is the Boutique Hotel World Headed?

A lot of factors go into developing a successful boutique hotel, from location and feasibility to design and operations. At the Boutique Hotel 2014 Investment Conference presented by the Boutique & Lifestyle Lodging Association, a panel of experts discussed the ...

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Here’s the Scoop on The Press Hotel in Portland

Here’s the Scoop on The Press Hotel in Portland

Michael Suomi, principal at Stonehill & Taylor, begins every interior design project with a fact-finding mission. Like a reporter trying to iron out the right angle for a story, he looks for a unique concept around which he can build ...

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Hotel Industry Continues to Ride Economy’s Tailwinds

Hotel Industry Continues to Ride Economy’s Tailwinds

The U.S. hotel industry continues to ride the tailwind of the economic recovery, buoyed by positive room demand, occupancy increases, and steady average daily rate growth. According to industry executives who spoke at the 36th annual New York University International ...

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Boost Your Hotel’s Curb Appeal

Boost Your Hotel’s Curb Appeal

A successful renovation project may have the power to boost occupancy rates and RevPAR, but it won’t carry much weight if you disappoint guests before they even walk through the door. As owners across the country pour money into fixing ...

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Mandalay Bay Brings Sustainability to the Table

Mandalay Bay Brings Sustainability to the Table

For a resort the size of Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, it can be challenging to implement organic and sustainable food strategies. The 120-acre, 4,000-room resort brings in about $65 million in banquets and another $60 million in restaurants per ...

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