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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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Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. Unveils Renovations

Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. Unveils Renovations

World-renowned and New York-based interior designer Tony Chi returned to Park Hyatt Washington, D.C. to make design enhancements to the hotel’s guestrooms and lobby. Tony Chi last completed a full redesign of the entire luxury hotel in 2006. The new ...

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Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Debuts Renovation

Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Debuts Renovation

Channeling the creative confidence of the independent film industry’s makers, movers and shakers, Hotel Palomar Los Angeles – Beverly Hills boldly raises the curtain on its $12 million property-wide renovation to debut a rebellious new spirit and ambitious attitude. The ...

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Hotel Crescent Court Announces Renovation

Hotel Crescent Court Announces Renovation

Beginning a new chapter in its 30-year heritage, Hotel Crescent Court of Uptown Dallas unveils plans today for an extensive $30 million re-imagination, launching spring 2017. The geometry of architecture and fashion is the inspiration of the expansive renovation. As ...

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