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Hyatt Regency Los Angeles Completes Brand Transition

Hyatt Regency Los Angeles Completes Brand Transition

DALLAS—Prism Hotels and Resorts announced today that the brand transition of Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport hotel is complete from The Concourse Hotel at Los Angeles International Airport, a Hyatt affiliated hotel. The 580-room hotel, managed by Prism, is ...

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Historic Emerson-Newton Building to Become Canopy

Historic Emerson-Newton Building to Become Canopy

MINNEAPOLIS—DLR Group is proud to team with Developer Sherman Associates on the recently announced conversion of the Advance Thresher/Emerson-Newton building into the new lifestyle brand, Canopy by Hilton. Built in 1900 and 1904, the pair of buildings has been on ...

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Omni Louisville Unveils Model Guestrooms

Omni Louisville Unveils Model Guestrooms

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—A glimpse into Omni Louisville Hotel’s model guestrooms reveal designs influenced directly from the architecture, industry, culture, and hospitality of the city—everything from the hues of bourbon to the iron building façades of Whiskey Row. Each Omni property is ...

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R.D. Olson Completes Hampton in Glendale, Calif.

R.D. Olson Completes Hampton in Glendale, Calif.

GLENDALE and IRVINE, Calif.—R.D. Olson Construction recently completed construction on the five-story, 94-room Hampton Inn & Suites hotel on the corner of Colorado Street and Brand Boulevard in Glendale, Calif. Located in the center of downtown Glendale, the hotel is ...

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GLō Celebrates Triple Groundbreaking

GLō Celebrates Triple Groundbreaking

PHOENIX, Ariz.—Best Western Hotels & Resorts marked the arrival of its new GLō brand today with a historic triple groundbreaking event. The company broke ground on its first three GLō properties during simultaneous festivities in Nashville, Tenn., Goshen, Ind. and ...

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