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How to Achieve Age-Agnostic Design

How to Achieve Age-Agnostic Design

It has been said many times the future of the lodging industry will greatly be affected by hotels’ ability to appeal to millennials. On the surface, this “millennials or bust” attitude seems like a logical view to endorse. After all, ...

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Tips for Investing in Art

Tips for Investing in Art

Hotels all around the world are investing more into artwork for their establishments in recent years, creating buzz among customers. Some hotels are being recognized not for the common factors such as service or facilities, but for the unique pieces ...

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Hilton New Orleans Riverside Renovates Meeting Spaces

Hilton New Orleans Riverside Renovates Meeting Spaces

NEW ORLEANS—The 1,622-room Hilton New Orleans Riverside, located adjacent to the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, announces today the completion of a $6 million renovation to the Grand Ballroom, Grand Salon, and first- and second-level meeting spaces. Featuring a relaxed ...

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Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista Completes Revamp

Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista Completes Revamp

ATLANTA—Noble Investment Group has announced the Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista in the Marriott Village has completed a comprehensive renovation. Located near Walt Disney World and Disney Springs, the hotel unveiled completely reimagined guestrooms and suites that blend modern amenities ...

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Check Out the Radiator Cocktail Bar

Check Out the Radiator Cocktail Bar

Designed by renowned Grizform Design Architects, Radiator Cocktail Bar can be found just adjacent to Washington, D.C.’s Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel. The name and concept of Radiator was born from a desire to pay homage to the automotive past ...

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What to Expect in LED Lighting in 2017

What to Expect in LED Lighting in 2017

LED lights produce more energy per watt than standard incandescent or fluorescent lighting systems, making LEDs a more efficient and cost-effective option. Per unit of light, LEDs consume 10 times less energy than a traditional bulb and can last more ...

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