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Red Rock Resort Refreshes Spa and Wellness Center

Red Rock Resort Refreshes Spa and Wellness Center

LAS VEGAS—Red Rock Resort has unveiled its newly renovated spa and wellness facility. Managed by Trilogy Spa Holdings, The Spa at Red Rock by Well & Being features fully-customized wellness experiences, including an updated menu of cutting-edge fitness classes, nutrition, ...

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Renderings of Margaritaville Resort Orlando Revealed

Renderings of Margaritaville Resort Orlando Revealed

ORLANDO, Fla.—The first renderings of Margaritaville Resort Orlando have been revealed, giving travelers from around the world a sneak-peek of a one-of-a-kind vacation escape in the heart of Orlando. Construction recently began on the $750 million destination resort, being developed ...

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MGM, Sydell Group Partner to Reimagine Monte Carlo Resort

MGM, Sydell Group Partner to Reimagine Monte Carlo Resort

LAS VEGAS—MGM Resorts International and New York-based Sydell Group have announced a partnership to reimagine and rebrand Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. The approximately $450 million transformation, which will touch every element of the property, will include two distinct hotel ...

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Fairmont Austin Shows Sneak Peek At Design

Fairmont Austin Shows Sneak Peek At Design

The Fairmont Austin, a new 37-story luxury hotel opening in the summer 2017, has released the first look at the property’s guestroom design. Inspiration deriving from the Hill Country landscape, Fairmont Austin’s guestroom décor will feature cool shades of blue, ...

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FHG Gives Sneak Peak of Renaissance Toledo Hotel

FHG Gives Sneak Peak of Renaissance Toledo Hotel

Rosemont, Ill.—First Hospitality Group, Inc. (FHG) is sharing the first photos of renovation progress of the former Toledo Grand Plaza Hotel. The property is in the process of a major, multi-million dollar renovation and will reopen in November as the ...

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Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Standing in the middle of Atlanta’s central business district, a visitor need only look up to see the legacy of 91-year-old architect and developer John C. Portman Jr. The 19.6-million-square-foot Peachtree Center complex, which began in 1960 with the construction ...

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