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Dual-Branded IHG Midtown Atlanta Hotel Completes Revamp

Dual-Branded IHG Midtown Atlanta Hotel Completes Revamp

ATLANTA—Spire Hospitality and InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) have announced the completion of the Crowne Plaza and Staybridge Suites Midtown Atlanta hotel renovation. As the first dual-branded property for the two IHG brands, the hotel will cater to travelers coming to ...

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Gild Hall Finishes Redesign

Gild Hall Finishes Redesign

NEW YORK, N.Y.—Gild Hall, a Thompson Hotel, has completed a redesign of its expansive guestrooms and suites, unveiling a new, tailored environment with eclectic, custom-designed furnishings. Nestled amongst the Financial District’s colonial-era streets, the hotel is a neighborhood gem for ...

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Sherwin-Williams Releases 2017 Color Forecast

Sherwin-Williams Releases 2017 Color Forecast

Sherwin-Williams’ 2017 color forecast projects a sense of restlessness that will translate to color in new ways next year. A team of Sherwin-Williams design and color experts, led by Director of Color Marketing Sue Wadden, developed the 2017 forecast based ...

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Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia Reveals Renewed Design

Ritz-Carlton Philadelphia Reveals Renewed Design

The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia, located on the Avenue of the Arts, has unveiled a yearlong, multi-million dollar renewal project. Helmed by architect and interior designer Wimberly Interiors, the updates to the hotel include all new guest rooms and meeting spaces, a ...

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Design Roundup: Revamps and New-Builds

Design Roundup: Revamps and New-Builds

From multimillion-dollar overhauls to new-build stunners, the hotel industry is brimming with head-turning projects. Here is a look at some of the most interesting design projects on the horizon. Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort & Spa: Olshan Properties recently announced ...

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