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City Sights, Marriott Gaslamp Quarter

City Sights, Marriott Gaslamp Quarter

In January, the Marriott Gaslamp Quarter, located in San Diego, expanded its Altitude Sky Lounge by adding a new indoor-outdoor venue called City Sights. Anny Rouillard, director of design at Stanford Hotels Corporation, the company that owns and operates the ...

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Puccini Group Puts Bets on Hotel Division

Puccini Group Puts Bets on Hotel Division

When Amy Jakubowski joined the Puccini Group in January as its new partner and managing director, she had big plans to help the restaurant-focused design firm expand into the boutique and lifestyle hotel space. Founded in 1996 by renowned restaurant ...

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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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Sleep on It: The New Four Seasons Bed

Sleep on It: The New Four Seasons Bed

A good night’s sleep. Those four simple words may be more important than anything else when it comes to a guest’s lodging experience. After all, even the most luxurious of rooms can disappoint if a guest spends a restless night ...

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DoubleTree Boston Downtown Completes $8.6M Refurbishment

DoubleTree Boston Downtown Completes $8.6M Refurbishment

BOSTON—The DoubleTree by Hilton Boston – Downtown and hotel owner Corcoran Jennison Hospitality LLC have completed a multi-year, $8.6 million update to the hotel’s public spaces, guestrooms, and suites. Centrally located in the heart of downtown Boston’s theater district, this ...

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