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Authentic Hotels Are Not a Myth

Authentic Hotels Are Not a Myth

The popularity of Airbnb has given rise to a set of consumer preferences that, until now, have been largely underestimated by many in the hotel industry. That is now changing, as more hoteliers recognize one of the key learnings from ...

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Hotel Nikko San Francisco Opens After $60 Million Renovation

Hotel Nikko San Francisco Opens After $60 Million Renovation

Hotel Nikko San Francisco, located steps from Union Square in the heart of the city, unveiled a sweeping $60 million renovation commemorating the 30th anniversary of its launch in 1987. Hirsch Bedner Associates spearheaded the three-month renovation. The new contemporary ...

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Hilton Tucson East Hotel Launches $8 Million Renovation

Hilton Tucson East Hotel Launches $8 Million Renovation

Tucson, Ariz. – Hilton Tucson East unveiled plans for an $8 million renovation project at a recent celebration commemorating its 30th anniversary. The hotel will undergo an extensive property-wide makeover and interior design with an expected completion date in December ...

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Tiny House Hotel Makes a Big Impression

Tiny House Hotel Makes a Big Impression

The tiny-home movement has made a large impact on American culture over the last few years. Ranging in size from 120 to 500 square feet, these small dwellings have received significant attention from home and garden programs that aim to ...

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HOTELSIGNS.com Announces 420 Sign Promotion

HOTELSIGNS.com Announces 420 Sign Promotion

The numbers 420 hold significance with those who identify with “cannabis culture” and as a result, signs bearing the numbers “420” are often stolen. Many hoteliers report that 420 room number signs are more likely to go missing than any ...

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