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A Closer Look at the Germantown Inn’s Guestroom

A Closer Look at the Germantown Inn’s Guestroom

Located in a two-story, Federal-style house that dates back to 1865, the Germantown Inn in Nashville strikes a balance between modern style and historical charm. Nashville-based interior designer McLean Barbieri led the redesign of the property, which was originally owned ...

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Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista Completes Revamp

Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista Completes Revamp

ATLANTA—Noble Investment Group has announced the Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista in the Marriott Village has completed a comprehensive renovation. Located near Walt Disney World and Disney Springs, the hotel unveiled completely reimagined guestrooms and suites that blend modern amenities ...

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Check Out the Radiator Cocktail Bar

Check Out the Radiator Cocktail Bar

Designed by renowned Grizform Design Architects, Radiator Cocktail Bar can be found just adjacent to Washington, D.C.’s Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel. The name and concept of Radiator was born from a desire to pay homage to the automotive past ...

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What to Expect in LED Lighting in 2017

What to Expect in LED Lighting in 2017

LED lights produce more energy per watt than standard incandescent or fluorescent lighting systems, making LEDs a more efficient and cost-effective option. Per unit of light, LEDs consume 10 times less energy than a traditional bulb and can last more ...

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Hard Rock Plans to Renovate, Rebrand Trump Taj Mahal

Hard Rock Plans to Renovate, Rebrand Trump Taj Mahal

ORLANDO, Fla.—Hard Rock International unveils plans for Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. Hard Rock and its partners announced they have reached a definitive agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of investor Carl Icahn to purchase Atlantic City’s former Taj ...

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Washington Marriott Georgetown Completes Transformation

Washington Marriott Georgetown Completes Transformation

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Washington Marriott Georgetown, the first Marriott hotel built in the nation’s capital in 1981, announces the completion of its $28 million transformation, an investment by hotel owner, Geller Capital Partners. Representing Marriott Hotels’ massive reinvention efforts, evolving everything from ...

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