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Eyes and Ears: Designing With Acoustics In Mind

Eyes and Ears: Designing With Acoustics In Mind

As more hotels shift from a mindset of selling beds to selling experiences, thoughtfully-designed shared spaces are becoming increasingly critical to guest satisfaction. These areas of the hotel seek to provide guests with an interesting and functional space for check-in, dining, working, ...

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Poppin’ Panels: Bold Acoustic Design

Poppin’ Panels: Bold Acoustic Design

Acoustical panels have traditionally been designed to be very unobtrusive. However, some companies are moving away from beige panels that blend into the walls for bright, colorful options that dare to be ignored. One such company is textile manufacturer Carnegie. ...

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The Scott Resort & Spa Undergoes $15 Million Revamp

The Scott Resort & Spa Undergoes $15 Million Revamp

The Scott Resort & Spa in Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona, will soon unveil the first phased of its $15 million redesign in September 2017. Formerly a known as the Firesky Resort before Valley-based Classic Hotels & Resorts purchased it from ...

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Checking Out The Plymouth Hotel

Checking Out The Plymouth Hotel

Inspired by classic Miami Beach culture and glamour, the reimagining of the Plymouth Hotel emulates the property’s original 1940s architecture and design. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Plymouth was repurposed into army dorms and was only recently restored to ...

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A Bygone Era: The Rossi Hotel

A Bygone Era: The Rossi Hotel

For more than a decade, the Palm Springs, Calif.-based San Guiliano Hotel was renowned for its unique suites and mountainside views. In February 2017, following a period of renovations, the San Guiliano reopened its doors as The Rossi Hotel. The ...

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