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Newly Redesigned Oceana Debuts In Santa Monica

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Santa Monica, Calif. - Set in the residential neighborhood of Santa Monica, Oceana, a 70-suite luxury hotel, now features an interior redesign. The hotel's design is inspired by the coastal environs, and includes understated color palettes, gold metal accents, bold geometric patterns, and wood finishes. The design is punctuated by original works by local L.A. artists and international photographers. Guestrooms...

Comfort Brand Debuts First Hotels With New Logo

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ROCKVILLE, Md.—The Comfort brand is opening its first two hotels with its new logo, following the unveiling of the new brand image at Choice Hotels' annual convention in May. The Comfort Inn & Suites in Boise, Idaho, and the Comfort Suites in Wooster, Ohio, are the first new-construction hotels to feature the logo. "Seven years ago, we started a $2.5-billion journey...

Inside the Lobby of The Tilden Hotel

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Centered in San Francisco’s trendy and historic Tenderloin district, The Tilden Hotel exudes authenticity and personality. The hotel, which is located in a historic 1928 building, was entirely redesigned by founder Stephen Yang and designer Brian Smith. Custom lighting and furniture coupled with commissioned original artwork emphasize a focus on minimalistic modernism and classic tranquility. The 118-room hotel features...

Williamsburg Inn Reveals Multi-Phase Redesign

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WILLIAMSBURG, VA – The historic Williamsburg Inn revealed redesign plans for its multi-phase renovation. Offering an all-new modern and luxury experience while staying true to its Regency style, the renovations include enhancements to the Inn’s food and beverage offerings, event space additions, exterior upgrades, and signature themed suites. Hotel Interior and Exterior Upgrades, Guest Rooms, and Specialty Suites Building upon the...

Super 8 Goes Off the Wall to Celebrate Redesign

Super 8 isn’t afraid to admit that much of the art that hung in its hotels for decades was, well, not so super. With a redesigned look rolling out across the economy brand’s North American portfolio, it was time for those washed-out pastel landscapes and frolicking forest animal paintings to come down. New, hyper-local artwork is the finishing touch to...