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Retrofitting Hotels for Energy-Efficient Lighting

Retrofitting Hotels for Energy-Efficient Lighting

There is no question, LED lights are here to stay. They’re more energy efficient, last longer, and are better for the environment than standard lights. For hotels, where lighting incurs significant costs, these qualities make LEDs highly desirable. However, even ...

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AC Hotels to Debut in the Capital Region in March

AC Hotels to Debut in the Capital Region in March

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md.—Renovations are well underway for the debut of Marriott International Inc.’s third AC Hotels branded property in the United States. The AC Hotel Washington, D.C., at National Harbor brings the European lifestyle brand to the heart of the ...

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Concord Unveils $7M Renovation of Renaissance Meadowlands

Concord Unveils $7M Renovation of Renaissance Meadowlands

RUTHERFORD, N.J.—Concord Hospitality today announced the completion of a $7 million renovation of the 167-room (including five suites) Renaissance Meadowlands in Rutherford, N.J. The hotel is owned in a joint venture between Rockbridge, a private equity firm that invests in ...

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Radisson Hotel Phoenix North Opens After $8M Renovation

Radisson Hotel Phoenix North Opens After $8M Renovation

PHOENIX, Ariz.—The newly-flagged Radisson Hotel Phoenix North is now open after a transformation by partners R.A. Rauch & Associates, Brixton Capital, and Dan Norville. The 284-room hotel closed for a five-month, $8 million renovation helmed by Norville, a construction industry ...

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