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Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Completes $17 Million Renovation

Loews Vanderbilt Hotel Completes $17 Million Renovation

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Just in time for the summer tourism season and the opening of the new Music City Center in downtown Nashville, Loews Vanderbilt Hotel has completed its $17 million renovation. Following six months of extensive construction, the nearly 30-year-old, 340-room ...

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HHM Renovates 24 Properties Along the East Coast

PHILADELPHIA—HHM has completed enhancements to 24 hotels so far in 2013, including more than eight New York City area properties. The hotels received upgrades to guestrooms, bathrooms, corridors, lobby areas, and outdoor patios. In some cases, such as Duane Street ...

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New Residence Inn Prototype

New Residence Inn Prototype

Residence Inn’s new look guestroom arrives with some useful upgrades for extended-stay guests. According to Diane Mayer, vice president and global brand manager, the new rooms are more adaptable between work and leisure needs and they offer more space than ...

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Starwood’s Element Brand Debuts in Canada

Starwood’s Element Brand Debuts in Canada

STAMFORD, Conn.—The opening of Element Vaughan Southwest has introduced the first international hotel within Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Element portfolio. Built green from the ground up, the hotel is an all-suite, 152-room extended stay property in Vaughan, Ontario. “Vaughan ...

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Courtyard Unveils New Room Design

Courtyard Unveils New Room Design

Over the past few years, Courtyard by Marriott has been focused on reinventing the lobby space with its “Refreshing Business” plan. Now, with that program nearing completion, the brand is turning to the guestroom space. Marriott invested $1.5 million into ...

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