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Tiny House Hotel Makes a Big Impression

Tiny House Hotel Makes a Big Impression

The tiny-home movement has made a large impact on American culture over the last few years. Ranging in size from 120 to 500 square feet, these small dwellings have received significant attention from home and garden programs that aim to ...

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HOTELSIGNS.com Announces 420 Sign Promotion

HOTELSIGNS.com Announces 420 Sign Promotion

The numbers 420 hold significance with those who identify with “cannabis culture” and as a result, signs bearing the numbers “420” are often stolen. Many hoteliers report that 420 room number signs are more likely to go missing than any ...

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How to Achieve Age-Agnostic Design

How to Achieve Age-Agnostic Design

It has been said many times the future of the lodging industry will greatly be affected by hotels’ ability to appeal to millennials. On the surface, this “millennials or bust” attitude seems like a logical view to endorse. After all, ...

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Tips for Investing in Art

Tips for Investing in Art

Hotels all around the world are investing more into artwork for their establishments in recent years, creating buzz among customers. Some hotels are being recognized not for the common factors such as service or facilities, but for the unique pieces ...

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The Risks, Rewards of Converting Historic Buildings into Hotels

The Risks, Rewards of Converting Historic Buildings into Hotels

Converting historic buildings into hotels is a strategy that can economically benefit enterprising hotel owners, operators, and investors. A well-executed historic renovation project combines the most sophisticated aesthetic and architectural elements of an antique property with the contemporary conveniences of ...

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Design Trends Becoming More Millennial-Minded in 2017

Design Trends Becoming More Millennial-Minded in 2017

Interior design makeovers will change some of the biggest brands in the hospitality space come 2017, especially as they aim to please a younger set of independent travelers. Jessica Lotner, interior designer at The McBride Company, recently sat down with ...

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