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Design Roundup: Revamps and New-Builds

Design Roundup: Revamps and New-Builds

From multimillion-dollar overhauls to new-build stunners, the hotel industry is brimming with head-turning projects. Here is a look at some of the most interesting design projects on the horizon. Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort & Spa: Olshan Properties recently announced ...

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Mohegan Sun Announces $50 Million Renovation

Mohegan Sun Announces $50 Million Renovation

UNCASVILLE, Conn.—As construction progresses on Mohegan Sun’s 400-room, $130 million Earth Tower opening in fall 2016, Mohegan Sun announces a two year $50 million renovation project for the Sky Tower —the existing 1,200-room hotel that was introduced in 2002. Part ...

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Check Out the Poem Room at Skwachàys Lodge

Check Out the Poem Room at Skwachàys Lodge

The Skwachàys Lodge and Gallery in Vancouver originally opened in 2012 to provide affordable housing for Aboriginal people at risk of homelessness, as well as healing lodge apartments for Aboriginal patients coming to the city for medical treatment. One-hundred percent ...

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Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Unveils Renovation

Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Unveils Renovation

RIVIERA BEACH, Fla.—The AAA Four Diamond-rated Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa has unveiled the results of a $6.8-million renovation that has infused the popular resort with a relaxed style. The new design blurs the lines between ...

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Royal Sonesta Boston Updates Meeting and Event Space

Royal Sonesta Boston Updates Meeting and Event Space

BOSTON—Royal Sonesta Boston has just unveiled 28,000 square feet of newly renovated meeting and event space featuring contemporary furnishings while showcasing views of the Charles River and the Boston skyline. A luxury business and leisure hotel, Royal Sonesta Boston is ...

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7 Ways to Enhance F&B Profitability

7 Ways to Enhance F&B Profitability

As food and beverage becomes a more significant revenue driver for hotels, many boutique and lifestyle owners seek to invest in unique restaurant, bar, and café concepts that will resonate with both guests and locals. “Despite great ideas, concepts, and ...

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