Category Archives: Commercial Construction

Hotel Restaurants Catering to More Than Just Hunger

Hotel Restaurants Catering to More Than Just Hunger

Learn how hotel restaurants are serving up more than food to their loyal patrons. New trends seen in San Diego’s Kimpton Hotel Palomar reveal how hotel amenities that enhance the dining experience and make it memorable are the key factors to getting patrons to return—even if they are not staying in the hotel.  In an

Hilton Unveils Its Innovation Gallery

Hilton Unveils Its Innovation Gallery

Learn more about Hilton’s new Innovation Gallery. Last month, Hilton opened its Innovation Gallery, a showcase featuring all the cutting-edge product developments that the company hopes will shape the future of Hilton hospitality.  The Gallery was opened for invited guests, Hilton team members, hotel owners, and technology partners among them. The 4,300 square foot Gallery

Hotels Focused on Guest Wellness are Taking the Hospitality Industry by Storm

Hotels Focused on Guest Wellness are Taking the Hospitality Industry by Storm

Learn how wellness-focused services and amenities are changing the face of the hotel game. According to the Global Wellness Institute, wellness tourism revenues increased 14% between 2013 and 2015.  A quick examination of current lifestyles is enough to tell you that this growth rate won’t be slowing any time soon.  Now, more than ever, travelers

Home Sweet Home: Trends that Make the Hotel Feel More Like a Home

Home Sweet Home: Trends that Make the Hotel Feel More Like a Home

New trends see hotels creating a resident-like atmosphere for their guests. Rather than the traditional hotel environment where hotel guests are treated as temporary visitors, new market trends indicate that travelers want a more communal atmosphere in their hotels.  Experts contend that the creation of useable public, shared spaces is one of the more popular

Dual-Brand Marriott Property Arrives in Florida

Dual-Brand Marriott Property Arrives in Florida

Learn about the new property in Clearwater Beach, Florida. The real-estate development company Key International opened a new dual-brand Marriott property in late August of this year.  Situated at 309 Coronado Drive, the property is divided into two hotels—the 140 suite Residence Inn and the 115 suite SpringHill Suites Clearwater Beach. Both hotels offer large

Inside Hollywood’s New Kimpton Everly Hotel

Inside Hollywood’s New Kimpton Everly Hotel

With its sweeping views and its careful attention to detail, the Kimpton Everly Hotel is making a name for itself. Kimpton unveiled its newest property, the Kimpton Every Hotel, just this last month.  Located in the middle of Hollywood, the hotel offers unparalleled views of Beachwood Canyon, Hollywood Hills, and, of course, the iconic Hollywood

The New, Stylish Place to Stay in New York

The New, Stylish Place to Stay in New York

Midtown Manhattan gets its newest addition with the Whitby Hotel. The Whitby Hotel, named for the quaint fishing town in northern Britain, opened its doors in early 2017.  Lovingly decorated by owner Kit Kemp, the Whitby is notable for its luxurious materials, playful design, and thoughtful attention to detail.  The Whitby is the newest addition

This Seattle Hotel is Going to Be Huge in More Ways than One

This Seattle Hotel is Going to Be Huge in More Ways than One

Learn more about the Seattle hotel that will be the largest in the Pacific Northwest. The Hyatt Regency Seattle will be the largest hotel in the Pacific Northwest when construction is completed.  At 1.4 million square miles, the 45-story, 500-foot-tall tower will be impossible to miss! The Hyatt Regency Seattle will be made up of

Gateway to “Little Saigon” – Orange County’s New Mixed-Use Development

Gateway to “Little Saigon”: Orange County’s New Mixed-Use Development

Learn more about Bolsa Row, the new development set to take Westminster, CA by storm. KTGY Architecture + Planning unveiled their plan for Bolsa Row, a mixed-use development featuring housing, retail, and dining.  Bolsa Row is planned to take root on a 6-acre plot in Westminster, CA, and will act as a gateway to “Little