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10 Questions Hoteliers Should Ask Before a Renovation

10 Questions Hoteliers Should Ask Before a Renovation

Balancing guest happiness and revenue generation is an ongoing challenge for hotel owners. A renovation can address both concerns by injecting new life into an older property. Whether trying to make a property more relevant and profitable or preparing it ...

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LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort Announces $8 Million Renovation

LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort Announces $8 Million Renovation

NAPLES, Fla.–LaPlaya Beach & Golf Resort, a beachfront Noble House Resort, is undergoing a transformative $8 million renovation to be unveiled this fall. Inspired by the natural elements surrounding the resort, the transformation will include new guestrooms in the Gulf ...

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Navigate Design Opens First U.S. Office in New York City

Navigate Design Opens First U.S. Office in New York City

TORONTO, ONTARIO—Architecture and design firm Navigate Design announced its expansion with the opening of its first office in the U.S. Located in Chelsea in Manhattan, the New York City office will accommodate the firm’s U.S.-based clientele while allowing them to ...

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Hilton Columbus at Easton Completes $27.3 Million Renovation

Hilton Columbus at Easton Completes $27.3 Million Renovation

New York, N.Y.–Olshan Properties has completed a $27.3 million interior redesign and amenity enhancement at the Hilton Columbus at Easton. Developed in 2000, the 345-key, seven-story hotel has a AAA four-diamond luxury rating and a 39,000 square-ft. conference center that is ...

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Using Art to Bridge Age Gaps Among Guests

Using Art to Bridge Age Gaps Among Guests

As the tension between millennials and baby boomers dominates the media, it’s easy to believe that there are no similarities between the generations. However, there is a significant trend affecting the groups: both baby boomers and millennials have been bitten ...

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