The new line takes 10 colors from Lunada Bay Tile’s Agate and Luce collections, and then expanding their use to border application.
Interior designer David Linley gave the spaces refined interiors with an individual style and character for each venue.
The phase involved a partial renovation of the lobby, repositioning the existing executive lounge and creating a restaurant.
With rooms overlooking Tokyo Bay, the 10-story hotel has 363 guestrooms, including three suites.
With an open frame, the chair has a fiberglass shell and stainless steel legs.
The collection includes the Monolith sconce and Monolith articulating wall light with a vintage 1950s Italian Modernism design.
The solar charging kit adds USB charging for mobile devices to outdoor spaces without the time or hassle of a full construction project.
The revamped property will be developed in partnership with Mohari Hospitality.
The three hotels consist of an upcoming Hyatt Place in Virginia, a Residence Inn by Marriott in Florida and a recently acquired hotel in Georgia.
The two hotels, both owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, will reopen in October following $2.2 billion of expansions.