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Developing Narratives for Themed Destinations

Developing Narratives for Themed Destinations

Brand immersion is not a new concept, but as the role of technology in our everyday lives grows, having a holistic hospitality brand is increasingly important. Cohesive brand narratives have the power to pull consumers away from their screens, encouraging ...

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Hyatt Place Hotel Coming to Denver’s Peña Station NEXT

Hyatt Place Hotel Coming to Denver’s Peña Station NEXT

DENVER—Colorado-based real-estate investor and developer McWHINNEY has broken ground on a new 226-room, LEED Silver Hyatt Place hotel at Denver’s Peña Station NEXT. The hotel is scheduled to open in late 2019. Peña Station NEXT is a transit-oriented, mixed-use development ...

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Persistence Is Key When Updating Historic Properties

Persistence Is Key When Updating Historic Properties

For David Roedel, business development officer at Roedel Companies, The Hotel Saranac represented much more than a business venture. “Both my father and brother spent a lot of time in the village of Saranac Lake. In fact, both were married ...

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Bringing a Vacant Hotel Back to Life

Bringing a Vacant Hotel Back to Life

Under new ownership and management, the former Hotel Sorella is now The Fontaine—A Kansas City Hotel, an updated 132-room boutique property located in the heart of Kansas City on the edge of Country Club Plaza. In an interview with LODGING, its general ...

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Hotel Crescent Court Completes $33 Million Renovation

Hotel Crescent Court Completes $33 Million Renovation

DALLAS–The Hotel Crescent Court in Uptown Dallas completed a $33 million overhaul of its lobby, guestrooms, suites, corridors, spa, and fitness center. This is the first major renovation since the hotel’s inception in 1986, ushering in the newest chapter in ...

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