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Authentic Hotels Are Not a Myth

Authentic Hotels Are Not a Myth

The popularity of Airbnb has given rise to a set of consumer preferences that, until now, have been largely underestimated by many in the hotel industry. That is now changing, as more hoteliers recognize one of the key learnings from ...

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Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

A schoolhouse in Pennsylvania, a general store in South Carolina, and a former mental asylum in New York: Three buildings that have seemingly nothing in common, but recently all achieved the same destiny—becoming a hotel. As historic and boutique hotels ...

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Surprises and Solutions with Adaptive Reuse

Surprises and Solutions with Adaptive Reuse

Taking on an adaptive reuse project is a journey of discovery. There are always unknowns to be uncovered, but the discovery process is what makes it interesting, challenging, and rewarding. Take for instance John Portman & Associates’ involvement in the ...

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RLHC Acquires Baltimore Property for First Hotel RL

RLHC Acquires Baltimore Property for First Hotel RL

SPOKANE, Wash.—Red Lion Hotels Corporation (RLHC) announced today the company has acquired an adaptive reuse property located at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor in Maryland. Currently under renovation, the 130-room hotel is expected to open in summer 2015 as the company’s first ...

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