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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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Up in the Air

Up in the Air

Airport hotels aren’t generally recognized for good design. In the past, they’ve been viewed as a you-get-what-you-get last resort. However, today’s guests are demanding innovative, clean, and functional design in all hotels, including ones linked to major travel hubs. “We ...

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Homewood Suites Takes Flight

Homewood Suites Takes Flight

This year, Homewood Suites is launching an initiative called “Take Flight”—a program designed to retrofit existing outdated properties and bring them up to modern-day standards. The rollout is meant to be an affordable way for owners of older assets to ...

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Value Place Debuts New Design Generation

Value Place Debuts New Design Generation

WICHITA, Kan.—Value Place unveiled a refreshed property standard that delivers cost efficiency and convenience for operators and new room features for guests. The new “Value Place 2.0” offers enhancements that range from more energy-efficient lighting and appliances to improved locking ...

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Tropicana Las Vegas Unveils New Theater Design

Tropicana Las Vegas Unveils New Theater Design

LAS VEGAS—Following a two-month renovation, the Tropicana Theater reopened this month, unveiling a new venue. To celebrate the event, pop/rock band Chicago welcomed the first patrons to the new venue designed to create an intimate connection between audiences and the ...

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