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Check Out the Marriott Syracuse Downtown Lobby

Check Out the Marriott Syracuse Downtown Lobby

Following more than a decade of vacancy, the Marriott Syracuse Downtown in Syracuse, N.Y., officially reopened its doors on Nov. 1. After two years of construction and more than $78 million in renovations, the 261-room property has been restored to ...

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Residence Inn St. Louis O’Fallon Completes Renovation

Residence Inn St. Louis O’Fallon Completes Renovation

O’FALLON, Mo.—The 108-room Residence Inn St. Louis O’Fallon located at 101 Progress Point Court has completed a major renovation in its guestrooms and public spaces. The property hosted a ribbon cutting and grand re-opening event on Thursday, Dec. 15 with ...

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The Gwen Begins Guestroom Renovation

The Gwen Begins Guestroom Renovation

CHICAGO, Ill.—The Gwen, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Chicago, today announces the start of its guestroom renovation to elicit the inspiration of the hotel’s namesake, famed Chicago sculptress Gwen Lux, and the spirit of the hotel’s guiding design principle of 1930’s ...

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Kansas City Marriott Country Club Unveils Revamp

Kansas City Marriott Country Club Unveils Revamp

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—The Kansas City Marriott Country Club Plaza Hotel has unveiled its transformed guest experience that included new guestrooms, recently redesigned as a part of the ongoing reinvention of Marriott Hotels, the signature brand of Marriott International. The hotel ...

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Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort Completes Renovation

Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort Completes Renovation

Having just completed a massive property-wide renovation, the Hilton Aruba Caribbean Resort & Casino welcomes guests to an entirely new look that blends the property’s rich 59-year history with a modern day beach aesthetic. The 25 million dollar makeover features ...

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Design Trends Becoming More Millennial-Minded in 2017

Design Trends Becoming More Millennial-Minded in 2017

Interior design makeovers will change some of the biggest brands in the hospitality space come 2017, especially as they aim to please a younger set of independent travelers. Jessica Lotner, interior designer at The McBride Company, recently sat down with ...

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