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Reinventing History

Reinventing History

When Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania launched a multimillion-dollar renovation of the historic Gettysburg Hotel last year, the main objective was clear—give the property a fresh, modern look while paying homage to the heritage of its location and structure. The college, ...

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Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Completes Renovation

Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Completes Renovation

ATLANTA, Ga.—The Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel has completed a full-scale renovation of guestrooms, concierge lounge, and atrium façade. Each soundproof guestroom, many with private balconies and runway views, incorporates contemporary furnishings in warm brown and white hues with orange ...

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Turtle Island Resort in Fiji Solars Up

Turtle Island Resort in Fiji Solars Up

As part of Earth Week, we are saluting the hotels all around the world that are making changes to implement sustainable practices and tools to protect the earth and help their properties run more efficiently. But few can say that ...

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The Dollars and Sense of Going Green

The Dollars and Sense of Going Green

Rishi Shah is dedicated to being as eco-friendly as possible. As the asset manager of the Wyndham Philadelphia in Mount Laurel, N.J., he’s figured out ways to make his interest in sustainability improve the property’s bottom line. This year, the ...

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IHG Signs First Hotel Indigo in Italy

IHG Signs First Hotel Indigo in Italy

IHG has signed its first Hotel Indigo in Italy, the Hotel Indigo Rome-St George. The 64-room boutique hotel will operate under a franchise agreement with Hotel Invest Italiana SRL, and is due to open in the first quarter of 2014, ...

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