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Reviving the Spirit of Innovation in the Hospitality Industry
July 12, 2018
By Olivier Harnisch
The hospitality sector is one of the world’s most dynamic industries. Yet over the past decades it has lost much of its innovative...
Hotels Create Sense of Place With Local Design
May 1, 2018
Travelers want a real sense of place when they stay in a hotel, and designers are doing their part to make sure guests feel completely immersed in a...
It’s All About Soul: Why the Way Your Hotel FEELS Is Impacting Your Bottom Line
April 19, 2018
By Dean Minett
It seems like there's a TED Talk for just about everything these days, so I was excited (though not exactly surprised) to come across Mark...
IGroup Design Unveils a New Gem with the Willows Hotel & Spa
February 28, 2018
Acclaimed firm’s addition to the Viejas Casino & Resort is a standout luxe getaway
Already renowned for creating extraordinary spaces, San...
Three Hotel Design Trends for 2018
January 2, 2018
The rate at which our industry continues to evolve is staggering. Hospitality investors and managers are busy trying to understand which trends will help their...
November 28, 2017
By Beth Saulnier
CU researcher Stephani Robson ’88, MS ’99, PhD ’10, weighs in on trends in the restaurant and hotel industries...
The Future of Hotel Design
June 1, 2017
by Rob Sykes
As the global hospitality marketplace evolves and travelers’ preferences shift, what are the future trends that hotel designers need...
The Secret Ingredient in a Good Design
May 29, 2017
By Himank Goswami, Manager - Global Design & Construction at Oberoi Hotels
My wife and I went out for dinner to a luxury hotel recently to celebrate our...
Don’t Cut Cost, Cut Down Waste: Maximizing Space in Hotel Design
March 31, 2017
by Himank Goswami
Our head of Strategic development during a late evening discussion mentioned to me ‘I can’t make this project viable at this...
When Less is More in Hotel Design
April 29, 2016
by Neasa MacErlean
Wardrobes, trouser presses and fruit bowls have long been among the hallmarks of hotel bedrooms – but their days are numbered in many...
Architectural Hotel Trends for 2016: A Second Look
March 15, 2016
By Scott Lee
At the beginning of the year, I took a look at four key trends impacting the design of hotels and resorts in 2016:
A Rising Tide Lifts all Buildings: New Design Considerations for Rising Sea Levels
February 9, 2016
Major weather events and climate changes are leading architects and developers to create interesting new responses to an evolving environment. Innovative ways...
Hoteliers Open the Doors to Their Surroundings
October 28, 2014
Swimming pool with a view, rooftop bar, design restaurant, hotels are revealing their best assets to draw local clients into their realm. Today, most...
Hotel Lobbies Undergo Change Adapting to Technological Advances and New Customer Expectations
April 15, 2014
It is not enough for hotel lobbies to simply welcome guests. Today they are changing from a place of passage to a space that encourages people to linger, share...
NATHIC 2013 Moves to Chicago, Becoming Midwest’s Sole Investment Event
September 4, 2013
NEW YORK (Sept. 4, 2013) ─ Questex Hospitality + Travel, the world's largest multinational media, event and e-commerce company serving the...