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SB Architects Announces Top 10 Trends for 2017

SB Architects Announces Top 10 Trends for 2017

SAN FRANCISCO—Based on the quantity, and quality, of work in the hospitality design pipeline at San Francisco-based SB Architects, 2017 will be another strong year for hospitality growth and development. Expect a year of creativity, collaboration, and innovation, with new ...

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Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort Unveils Renovation

Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort Unveils Renovation

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Marriott International has announced a fresh chapter in the life of the Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort as it has refreshed its public spaces to better accommodate the needs of the modern traveler. The welcome center’s check-in desks have been ...

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Fairmont Washington, D.C. Reveals $27 Million Revamp

Fairmont Washington, D.C. Reveals $27 Million Revamp

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown’s General Manager, Shane Krige, has announced the unveiling of the spectacular $27-million dollar renovation of the 413-room luxury hotel. “This exciting project enhances both the guest experience and the hotel’s position as the largest luxury ...

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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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Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Portland Carves Out Quiet Space

Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Portland Carves Out Quiet Space

Travel is often associated with the hustle and bustle of catching the right train or finding a rental car. Travelers often spend hours on crowded transportation and carrying their luggage through unfamiliar cities, with technology bombarding them all along the ...

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