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Check Out the New York Barclay Guestroom

Check Out the New York Barclay Guestroom

After closing its doors for a 20-month, $180 million renovation, the InterContinental New York Barclay hotel made its grand debut in May. Architects Stonehill & Taylor and interior design firm HOK, together with Shawmut Construction, restored the property’s original Federal-style ...

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Check Out the Poem Room at Skwachàys Lodge

Check Out the Poem Room at Skwachàys Lodge

The Skwachàys Lodge and Gallery in Vancouver originally opened in 2012 to provide affordable housing for Aboriginal people at risk of homelessness, as well as healing lodge apartments for Aboriginal patients coming to the city for medical treatment. One-hundred percent ...

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Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Standing in the middle of Atlanta’s central business district, a visitor need only look up to see the legacy of 91-year-old architect and developer John C. Portman Jr. The 19.6-million-square-foot Peachtree Center complex, which began in 1960 with the construction ...

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Check Out The Roxy Lounge

Check Out The Roxy Lounge

The Roxy, the new incarnation of the iconic Tribeca Grand Hotel, is reenergizing the lower Manhattan experience. The refresh, which focused on the public spaces, movie theater, jazz clubs, coffee bar, and hair salon, enhances the hotel’s reputation as a ...

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Check Out the Terrace at Hotel Valencia Santana Row

Check Out the Terrace at Hotel Valencia Santana Row

Nestled in the heart of San Jose and the Silicon Valley, Hotel Valencia Santana Row is in the final stages of a multimillion-dollar renovation to enhance its Mediterranean styling. The 215-room boutique hotel transports guests to a place reminiscent of ...

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Check Out the Thomas Mann Suite at The Renwick

Check Out the Thomas Mann Suite at The Renwick

The spirit of creative luminaries lives on at The Renwick, a former extended-stay residence for artists, authors, and intellectuals in Manhattan. The design of the new 173-room hotel, crafted by Stonehill & Taylor, pays homage to past residents through a ...

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