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Yotel Flexes Design with Expanding Portfolio

Yotel Flexes Design with Expanding Portfolio

With plans to open 12 new hotels by 2018 and up to 50 in the next five years, Yotel needs an adaptable design that’s able to keep up with its rapid expansion plans. In fact, Jason Brown, chief development officer ...

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Designing for High-Traffic Areas

Designing for High-Traffic Areas

People are constantly in motion in hotels, whether it’s guests checking in at the front desk, friends meeting up in the lobby, or a housekeeper busily cleaning rooms. With so many people moving through a single space, it becomes essential ...

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Check Out the Thomas Mann Suite at The Renwick

Check Out the Thomas Mann Suite at The Renwick

The spirit of creative luminaries lives on at The Renwick, a former extended-stay residence for artists, authors, and intellectuals in Manhattan. The design of the new 173-room hotel, crafted by Stonehill & Taylor, pays homage to past residents through a ...

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Miami’s Albion Hotel Completes Renovation

Miami’s Albion Hotel Completes Renovation

MIAMI BEACH—One of Miami Beach’s most art-centric hotels, The Albion, owned by the Rubell Family, has announced that it recently completed a multi-million dollar renovation of its public spaces and guestrooms. The hotel’s redo keeps it very much in the ...

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Avalon Hotel Announces $2 Million Renovation

Avalon Hotel Announces $2 Million Renovation

LOS ANGELES, Calif.—Under Proper Hospitality’s new direction, Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills announces the roll-out of a multi-stage, $2 million renovation helmed by Kelly Wearstler, the interior designer who was responsible for the property’s original, award-winning design back in 1999. This ...

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