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Designer Susan Manrao Celebrates Suite Success

Designer Susan Manrao Celebrates Suite Success

Interior designer and branding expert Susan Manrao found inspiration for her latest hotel project while watching an interactive play, Sleep No More, in New York City. During the immersive production, theatergoers follow characters in and out of guestrooms and get ...

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Crowdsourcing is Changing Hotel Design and Marketing

Crowdsourcing is Changing Hotel Design and Marketing

When New York City real estate company Prodigy Network decided to create an extended-stay hotel in Manhattan’s Financial District, it took a non-traditional design approach. The company called upon architects, interior designers, and creative minds to submit their own ideas ...

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10 Ways to Appeal to Millennial Travelers

10 Ways to Appeal to Millennial Travelers

To gain a larger market share of younger tech- and design-savvy travelers, all the major hotel brands have been introducing next-generation prototypes and some companies are creating new brands altogether. For instance, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group unveiled a new lifestyle ...

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8 Tips for Sourcing Artwork for Your Hotel

8 Tips for Sourcing Artwork for Your Hotel

Whether it’s the architectural pattern on hallway carpeting, digital graphics illuminated on columns in the lobby, screen-printed calligraphy on wallpaper, or framed portraits created by a local painter, art is integral to the aesthetic of a hotel. It can add ...

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Designing Hotels for Tight Urban Markets

Designing Hotels for Tight Urban Markets

Designing an urban hotel is a bit like playing Tetris; you have to put all the little pieces together just right. Just ask architect Rob Uhrin. He’s been squeezing hotels into tight spaces for 15 years. Of course, he’s worked ...

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