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Streamling Hotel Construction Through 3-D Modeling

Streamling Hotel Construction Through 3-D Modeling

The 3-D craze isn’t only confined to your local multiplex. It’s breaking out a new dimension (literally and figuratively) in hotel construction projects thanks to the advent of building information modeling (BIM). The concept has existed since 1987 but has ...

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Lexington Unveils Adaptable 100-Room Inn Prototype

Lexington Unveils Adaptable 100-Room Inn Prototype

CLEVELAND—Lexington by Vantage, a collection of inns, hotels, and suites, has introduced a new 100-room inn prototype that is specifically designed with the guest and owner/operator in mind. The announcement was made by Lexington Group President Bill Hanley at Vantage ...

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Holiday Inn San Antonio Riverwalk

Holiday Inn San Antonio Riverwalk

In September, Detroit-based Kraemer Design Group (KDG) completed an overhaul of the interior spaces at the 313-room, 23-story Holiday Inn San Antonio Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas. It marks the first U.S. property to debut the “Breeze” standard room design ...

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St. Regis New York Unveils Renovation

St. Regis New York Unveils Renovation

NEW YORK—The St. Regis New York is concluding an extensive renovation and will reveal the new look this month. The hotel features renovated and redesigned guestrooms, suites, and public spaces and will debut the new King Cole Bar and Salon ...

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Hotel Designers Embrace Concept Suites

Hotel Designers Embrace Concept Suites

No matter what interest travelers have, from Barbie and Batman to lunar moon landings and medieval castles, they’re learning there’s likely a suite for that. “Concept suites give guests something more than what you typically would expect at a high-end ...

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