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Tiny House Hotel Makes a Big Impression

Tiny House Hotel Makes a Big Impression

The tiny-home movement has made a large impact on American culture over the last few years. Ranging in size from 120 to 500 square feet, these small dwellings have received significant attention from home and garden programs that aim to ...

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Hotel Crescent Court Announces Renovation

Hotel Crescent Court Announces Renovation

Beginning a new chapter in its 30-year heritage, Hotel Crescent Court of Uptown Dallas unveils plans today for an extensive $30 million re-imagination, launching spring 2017. The geometry of architecture and fashion is the inspiration of the expansive renovation. As ...

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The Whitby Hotel Opens in NYC

The Whitby Hotel Opens in NYC

New York, NY—The Whitby Hotel is the latest property from London boutique hotel group Firmdale Hotels in New York City. The hoteled opened on March 1 in a new 97,000 square foot building in Midtown Manhattan. It features interiors by ...

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Eden Roc at Cap Cana Completes Expansion

Eden Roc at Cap Cana Completes Expansion

PUNTA CANA—The Dominican Republic continues to increase its offerings as a luxury destination with Eden Roc at Cap Cana’s completion of 26 Two-Bedroom Beachfront Suites, rounding out an expansion that has already revealed a completely renovated Beach Club with infinity ...

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Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel Reveals Revamp

Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel Reveals Revamp

MIAMI—The Sheraton Miami Airport Hotel & Executive Meeting Center, a leading hotel managed by Hersha Hospitality Management, announces completion of an expansive 10 million dollar transformation. Led by hospitality design firm Puccini Group, these transformational enhancements include all 405 guestrooms, ...

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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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