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The William Hotel Guest Suites

The William Hotel Guest Suites

At the William Hotel, a 20th-century mansion that once functioned as a private clubhouse for Williams College alumni, the guest suites are saturated with monochromatic color palettes. Mason Wickham, principal at In Situ Design, says the hues used in the ...

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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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Beverly Hills Hotel Shows Off New Guestrooms

Beverly Hills Hotel Shows Off New Guestrooms

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—With the introduction of the first new guestrooms and suites at The Beverly Hills Hotel, the last phase of the hotel-wide restoration program led by Adam D. Tihany is underway at the landmark hotel. Completed accommodations feature new ...

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The New Rules of Hotel Renovation

The New Rules of Hotel Renovation

High-end hotel renovations stretch far beyond adding a fresh coat of paint or installing new carpeting. They pour millions of dollars into splashy upgrades like speakeasy bars, rooftop terraces, and specialty suites with wine caves. Despite staggering investments and time-consuming ...

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Former Elder Care Facility Transformed into Boutique Inn

Former Elder Care Facility Transformed into Boutique Inn

LEXINGTON, Mass.—The Inn at Hastings Park, a collection of three antique buildings that have been thoughtfully restored over the past two years, is now open. The Kennealy family, who resides nearby in Lexington, Mass., owns the luxury property, and this ...

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