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Omni Providence Unveils Public Space Renovation

Omni Providence Unveils Public Space Renovation

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Omni Providence Hotel has completed a multimillion-dollar public space renovation. The lobby, meeting spaces, indoor pool, and coffee shop all received facelifts. “We are excited to unveil the newest enhancements and design changes to our hotel,” said Josh Heidenreich, ...

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Embassy Suites Orlando Reopens After Renovation

Embassy Suites Orlando Reopens After Renovation

ORLANDO—After an extensive three-month, $13 million renovation, the Embassy Suites Orlando – Lake Buena Vista Resort officially reopened its doors on Nov. 23. Located just minutes from downtown Orlando, the Embassy Suites Orlando – Lake Buena Vista Resort, a Walt ...

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St. Regis Aspen Resort Presidential Suite

St. Regis Aspen Resort Presidential Suite

When the St. Regis Aspen Resort in Colorado embarked on a $40 million renovation, it enlisted Rottet Studio to conceptualize a quintessential mountain manor similar to what visionary founder John Jacob Astor would have designed during the Gilded Age for ...

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Millennials Have Youth, Baby Boomers Have Time and Money

Millennials Have Youth, Baby Boomers Have Time and Money

Hotels are going sleek and techie to woo millennials. But it’s the baby boomers who have the promise to keep brands’ pulses racing throughout a long relationship. Forbes estimates brand-loyal boomers spend a none-too-paltry $157 billion on travel every year. ...

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2015 Color Forecast

2015 Color Forecast

According to textile house Brentano, jewel tones will dominate the color landscape in the new year. Here are three base colors (charcoal, flax, and porcelain) and three accent colors (citrine, emerald, and gold) interior designers should keep on their radar: ...

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