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Designing a Ballroom To Maximize Revenue

Designing a Ballroom To Maximize Revenue

Between weddings, business luncheons, and conferences, ballrooms can bring in a steady source of revenue for hotels across a variety of segments. However, without the right design and flexibility, ballrooms may not successfully attract meeting planners assessing the space to ...

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The Julia: An Authentically Miami Hotel

The Julia: An Authentically Miami Hotel

In the late 1800s, Julia Tuttle purchased land in southern Florida and convinced a railroad owner to send trains to the area. Over 100 years later, The Julia hotel honors the first woman credited with founding a major city in ...

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Hilton Boston/Woburn Completes $16 Million Renovation

Hilton Boston/Woburn Completes $16 Million Renovation

WOBURN, MASS.–Hilton Boston/Woburn completed a $16 million renovation spearheaded by a joint venture between The Davis Companies and The Rubicon Companies and opened Matadora, the hotel’s Spanish tapas restaurant. The property’s top-to-bottom renovation drew inspiration from the area’s historic shoe ...

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The Recipe for a Successful Urban Resort

The Recipe for a Successful Urban Resort

The very notion of what a hotel is changes constantly. A high-end hotel from 1920 is a radically different facility than a chic boutique property today. Those differences manifest in everything from architecture to amenities, and extend down into the ...

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