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A Fresh Look at Hospitality Design Trends

A Fresh Look at Hospitality Design Trends

Clean, refreshing design standards are trending in the upcoming year as hotels begin to find different ways to integrate innovative technology into their properties. The standard is being tested and innovations are being created with the intention of appeasing both ...

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Hotel Karlan San Diego Completes Renovation

Hotel Karlan San Diego Completes Renovation

SAN DIEGO—Hotel Karlan San Diego, a DoubleTree by Hilton, announced today the completion of its total rebrand and renovation of the 174-room, resort style property located in the scenic foothills of the exclusive community of Carmel Highlands just 15 miles ...

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Hilton Marco Island to Debut After $40 Million Renovation

Hilton Marco Island to Debut After $40 Million Renovation

MARCO ISLAND, Fla.—Debuting January 2017, Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort & Spa will welcome returning and new guests to its 310 guestrooms and suites. Following a $40 million renovation, the South Florida hotel will offer a revamped arrival experience in ...

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Residence Inn Gulfport-Biloxi Airport Debuts Revamp

Residence Inn Gulfport-Biloxi Airport Debuts Revamp

GULFPORT, Miss.—The 108-room Residence Inn Gulfport-Biloxi Airport located at 14100 Airport Road in Gulfport, Miss. has completed a major renovation in its guest rooms and public spaces. The property hosted a grand reopening event on Dec. 1. Thoughtfully designed with ...

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One UN at United Nations Plaza Reveals Renovation

One UN at United Nations Plaza Reveals Renovation

NEW YORK—Millennium Hotels and Resorts is pleased to announce the completion of a $70 million renovation to its North America flagship hotel, ONE UN at United Nations Plaza, an iconic hotel situated in the heart of the International United Nations ...

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The Rebirth of the Historic Marriott Syracuse Downtown

The Rebirth of the Historic Marriott Syracuse Downtown

Following a $78 million restoration, the Marriott Syracuse Downtown officially opened its doors to guests on Nov. 1. Part of a city-wide resurgence, the newly renovated property has deep roots in the community, and its owner and developer, Ed Riley, ...

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