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Check Out the Courtyard San Francisco Union Square

Check Out the Courtyard San Francisco Union Square

With its casual-luxury vibe and Art Deco styling, the Courtyard San Francisco Union Square is not your prototypical Courtyard. The historic hotel was originally constructed in 1929 and most recently operated as a 150-room student housing facility. RLJ Lodging Trust ...

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Building Piece by Piece with Modular Construction

Building Piece by Piece with Modular Construction

New-construction hotel projects always come with similar hazards. Schedule delays, rising labor costs, market risk, and quality control issues can all have a profound impact on a new-build property. With today’s booming lodging marketplace—according to the 2015 STR Pipeline Report, ...

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Radisson Blu Offers ‘BluPrint’ to Interior Design

Radisson Blu Offers ‘BluPrint’ to Interior Design

MINNEAPOLIS—Radisson Blu has announced the launch of “BluPrint,” a new dynamic interior design offering for the styling of guest rooms, social and public spaces, as well as meetings and events. BluPrint is an innovative, coherent way to evolve a property’s ...

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The Highland Dallas Reveals Renovation

The Highland Dallas Reveals Renovation

The Highland Dallas has unveiled its recent multi-million dollar renovation. The project is inspired by the hotel’s iconic past—it’s the original home of Dallas’ Hilton Inn, known in the 1960s for Trader Vic’s “tiki room” and for lively pianists at ...

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A Look at Austin’s Hotel Van Zandt

A Look at Austin’s Hotel Van Zandt

AUSTIN, Texas—Hotel Van Zandt, Austin’s first Kimpton property which recently opened its doors, just released photography to offer a look inside the new hotel designed for cultural tastemakers and world explorers. Designer Mark Zeff and his team created both the ...

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