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Increasing a Hotel’s Value Without Leaving the Lobby

Increasing a Hotel’s Value Without Leaving the Lobby

Hotel owners have the unique challenge of balancing guest happiness and the profitability of the hotel simultaneously. Owners may worry about how to keep a destination current and profitable for longevity, or could be preparing the property for sale. Regardless ...

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Hilton Metropole Hotel Debuts Interior Design Concept

Hilton Metropole Hotel Debuts Interior Design Concept

On top floor of the Hilton Metropole Hotel near Hyde Park, Henry Chebaane creates “real virtuality,” where the imaginary realm of popular culture is made into real and tangible sensations. The London-based artist and designer has created for Kojawan, a brand identity ...

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An Opulent Baltimore Hotel’s Historical Roots

An Opulent Baltimore Hotel’s Historical Roots

Situated in Baltimore’s posh Mount Vernon neighborhood, the Ivy Hotel features everything a boutique hotel guest could possibly want: An all-inclusive experience with fireplaces in every guestroom, unique artwork adorning the walls, tea time, and a London black cab service. ...

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Opal Sands Resort Debuts New Event Spaces

Opal Sands Resort Debuts New Event Spaces

CLEARWATER BEACH, Fla.—The newest resort on Clearwater Beach, Opal Sands Resort, has just debuted 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space for hosting conferences, conventions, and board meetings that require delectable catering, state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, and professional event ...

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Yotel Flexes Design with Expanding Portfolio

Yotel Flexes Design with Expanding Portfolio

With plans to open 12 new hotels by 2018 and up to 50 in the next five years, Yotel needs an adaptable design that’s able to keep up with its rapid expansion plans. In fact, Jason Brown, chief development officer ...

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Designing for High-Traffic Areas

Designing for High-Traffic Areas

People are constantly in motion in hotels, whether it’s guests checking in at the front desk, friends meeting up in the lobby, or a housekeeper busily cleaning rooms. With so many people moving through a single space, it becomes essential ...

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