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Bernardus Lodge & Spa Unveils Design Transformation

Bernardus Lodge & Spa Unveils Design Transformation

CARMEL VALLEY, Calif.— The repositioned Bernardus Lodge & Spa has made its debut. Following a four-month, multimillion dollar transformation, the 57-guestroom property set on 28 acres of lavender, orchards, and vineyards showcases a dramatic shift in style and interior design. ...

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Destination Hotels Adds Quirk Hotel to Portfolio

Destination Hotels Adds Quirk Hotel to Portfolio

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.—Destination Hotels has announced the addition of soon-to-open Quirk Hotel, a Destination Hotel, in Richmond, Virginia to its collection. The locally-owned hotel, located in downtown Richmond at 201 West Broad Street and Jefferson Street in the historic J.B. Mosby ...

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Mattress Tech Innovations Lead to Rise of “Smart Bed”

Mattress Tech Innovations Lead to Rise of  “Smart Bed”

Humans started sleeping in primitive beds about 10,000 years ago, and throughout history, mattresses have been stuffed with a wide range of materials, including reeds, hay, wool, straw, and feathers. The first coil spring mattress was patented only 150 years ...

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Jump into Bed with Virgin Hotels Chicago

Jump into Bed with Virgin Hotels Chicago

From the sit-down vanity and sliding shoe racks to the built-in bench in the oversized shower, clever design touches abound in the Virgin Hotels Chicago guestroom. But perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the room is the patent-pending Lounge Bed, ...

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Step Inside the Arizona Biltmore’s New Guestroom

Step Inside the Arizona Biltmore’s New Guestroom

The landmark Arizona Biltmore, which welcomed its first guests in 1929, recently completed a multimillion-dollar renovation that recalls the seductive style of the resort’s early years. Renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright collaborated with a former student, Albert Chase McArthur, to ...

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