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Hotel VIA Opens in San Francisco With Tech-Driven Design

Hotel VIA Opens in San Francisco With Tech-Driven Design

SAN FRANCISCO–Hotel VIA, the first newly-constructed hotel since 2008 in San Francisco, announced that it will open in June 2017. Located in the city’s South Beach neighborhood across from AT&T Park, the 159-room hotel has a design that integrates the latest ...

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Marriott Debuts First Aloft in Australia

Marriott Debuts First Aloft in Australia

Perth, Australia–Marriott International announced the official opening of the design-led Aloft Perth Hotel, the first Aloft to open in Australia. Aloft Perth is the centerpiece of an urban renewal project in the Springs Rivervale community located alongside the Swan River ...

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Renaissance Opens Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel

Renaissance Opens Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel

ATLANTA—Renaissance Hotels, part of Marriott International, announced the opening of Renaissance Atlanta Airport Gateway Hotel. Owned and developed by Grove Street Partners, the 204-room hotel is connected via SkyTrain to the Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport. With two expansive outdoor spaces, ...

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21c Museum Hotels Opens Art Exhibition Space in Nashville

21c Museum Hotels Opens Art Exhibition Space in Nashville

Louisville, Ky.—21c Museum Hotels just opened its seventh property—a boutique hotel with a contemporary art museum in the historic Gray & Dudley Building in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Located near the city’s Printer’s Alley, the 21c Museum Hotel Nashville has 10,500 ...

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BD Hotels Opens Pod DC Micro-Hotel

BD Hotels Opens Pod DC Micro-Hotel

WASHINGTON, D.C.–BD Hotels announced its first venture outside of New York City—the opening of Pod DC, a 245-room micro-hotel located in the district’s lively Chinatown/Penn Quarter neighborhood. Following the model of BD Hotels’ successful Pod Hotels in Manhattan and Brooklyn, ...

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