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Mattress Tech Innovations Lead to Rise of “Smart Bed”

Mattress Tech Innovations Lead to Rise of  “Smart Bed”

Humans started sleeping in primitive beds about 10,000 years ago, and throughout history, mattresses have been stuffed with a wide range of materials, including reeds, hay, wool, straw, and feathers. The first coil spring mattress was patented only 150 years ...

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Jump into Bed with Virgin Hotels Chicago

Jump into Bed with Virgin Hotels Chicago

From the sit-down vanity and sliding shoe racks to the built-in bench in the oversized shower, clever design touches abound in the Virgin Hotels Chicago guestroom. But perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the room is the patent-pending Lounge Bed, ...

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Step Inside the Arizona Biltmore’s New Guestroom

Step Inside the Arizona Biltmore’s New Guestroom

The landmark Arizona Biltmore, which welcomed its first guests in 1929, recently completed a multimillion-dollar renovation that recalls the seductive style of the resort’s early years. Renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright collaborated with a former student, Albert Chase McArthur, to ...

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Scottsdale Resort Embarks on $9 Million Renovation, Rebrand

Scottsdale Resort Embarks on $9 Million Renovation, Rebrand

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center, A Destination Hotel, will embark on a massive renovation July 1 that will transform the independent resort and revitalize its amenities. The resort is the newest property in the Destination Hotels portfolio. In September, ...

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Watergate Hotel Celebrates Topping Off

Watergate Hotel Celebrates Topping Off

Washington, D.C.—On Thursday, the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., celebrated a major construction milestone—the topping off of its new-build, 7,000-square-foot Moretti ballroom. The iconic property will re-open as a luxury hotel in summer 2015 after a $125 million renovation. The ...

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Extended Stay America’s Sustainable Renovations

Extended Stay America’s Sustainable Renovations

In 2012, Americans threw away 251 million tons of trash, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Many Americans are stepping up to reduce the amount of waste thrown out at home through recycling and composting, and now, hotels are ...

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