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Sheraton New York Times Square

Sheraton New York Times Square

The Sheraton New York Times Square recently revealed a $20 million renovation that has transformed the hotel’s 60,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces. Design firm Wilson Associates crafted a clean, fresh design scheme with an emphasis on light, ...

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Marriott Hotels Opens Innovation Lab

Marriott Hotels Opens Innovation Lab

Marriott International just added a new lair, located two stories below the company headquarters, devoted to innovation. The lab, dubbed “The Underground” will be equipped with Internet-enabled cameras and the ability for customers to provide the company with instant feedback. ...

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Source Code: Shopping Local for Furnishings

Source Code: Shopping Local for Furnishings

Using locally produced furnishings is becoming a popular trend in hotel design. Not only are there environmental benefits, such as lowering consumption of petroleum by eliminating long-distance shipping, it also promotes local economies and job growth. Michael Suomi, principal and ...

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The Plaza Launches Gatsby Suite

The Plaza Launches Gatsby Suite

Director Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel “The Great Gatsby” brought in a whopping $50 million at the box office during its recent opening weekend. And fans of the book and the movie are swooning over the ...

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Hyatt Regency Newport Beach Hotel Completes Renovation

Hyatt Regency Newport Beach Hotel Completes Renovation

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.—The Hyatt Regency Newport Beach announced the completion of its comprehensive $15 million renovation, which began in November 2012. The hotel received a complete upgrade that encompassed all aspects of the property. “With this complete renovation, the Hyatt ...

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