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The Importance of Well-Designed Housekeeping Apparel

The Importance of Well-Designed Housekeeping Apparel

From soft linens and towels to 24-hour room service, hotels go above and beyond to ensure every guest feels comfortable. But is that same attention to detail extended to all of its employees? Housekeepers, the often invisible heroes of the ...

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Radical Innovation Awards Call for 2018 Entries

Radical Innovation Awards Call for 2018 Entries

NEW YORK—Radical Innovation, an annual competition that calls for the best and brightest innovative concept ideas in the hospitality sphere, announced the opening of its 2018 edition. Both professionals and students alike can submit their concepts online through April 1, 2018. ...

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River Terrace Inn Completes Expansion and Renovation

River Terrace Inn Completes Expansion and Renovation

NAPA, Calif.—River Terrace Inn, a luxury Napa Valley hotel that is part of Noble House Hotels & Resorts’ portfolio, recently completed a $5 million expansion and renovation encompassing the porte cochere, lobby and front desk, hallways, ALBA restaurant and kitchen, guestrooms, ...

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Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel Unveils Renovation

Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel Unveils Renovation

PORTLAND, Ore.–Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel, the flagship property at Portland International Airport (PDX), has completed a multi-phase $7.5 million renovation. Under the creative guidance of IDEA-Interiors, a Portland-based interior design firm, the aesthetic of the property is designed to reflect ...

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Creating Revenue-Generating Lobby Spaces

Creating Revenue-Generating Lobby Spaces

Principal at BLT Architects (BLTa) Eric Rahe knows lobby design. BLTa’s hospitality portfolio includes more than a dozen high-profile properties, such as the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott, The Logan in Philadelphia, and the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in ...

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