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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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Portland’s Hotel Lucia Finishes $5.5 Million Renovation

Portland’s Hotel Lucia Finishes $5.5 Million Renovation

PORTLAND, Ore.—Portland’s Hotel Lucia has completed construction on the final phase of a $5.5 million renovation that began two years ago with the addition of Vitaly Paley’s restaurants, Imperial and Portland Penny Diner, continued with last year’s debut of all ...

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Guest Feedback Shapes Marriott Renovation

Guest Feedback Shapes Marriott Renovation

After acquiring the San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront in 2012, Xenia Hotels and Resorts had immediate plans to embark on a guestroom renovation. But while they were working on the design, Marriott was simultaneously rolling out its Innovation Lab, a ...

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Luxury Collection Restores St. Anthony Hotel

Luxury Collection Restores St. Anthony Hotel

SAN ANTONIO—The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., today announced, together with its owner partner BC Lynd, the completion of a multi-million dollar restoration of the historic St. Anthony hotel. Built in 1909 ...

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