Topic: Historic Renovations
The historic Marker San Francisco Hotel, a Joie de Vivre property, updated its public spaces to celebrate its early days while stepping into the 21st century.
The Hotel Elephant Weimar has 99 guestrooms, all redesigned to celebrate the property’s artistic and architectural heritage.
The 24 apartments are located in a historic palace conceived by Fondazione Alda Fendi – Esperimenti.
The hotel's interior style was rooted in elements that are locally inspired and sourced.
The property was originally built as the Sedona Lodge in the 1940s and hosted Golden-Age Hollywood directors, actors and crews.
Charlestowne partnered with developer McCall Capital on the historic preservation of the 65-room hotel in Bristol, Va.
The Lighthouse is located in a towering Brutalist architecture-style property a few blocks from the Mediterranean Sea.
Architectural firm Gamble & Gamble and the Georgia Historic Preservation Division and National Parks Service were involved in the renovation.
The hotel's look was inspired by the 1940s Italian and French Rivieras with a preserved Art Deco aesthetic.
The Hoxton, Portland is scheduled to open in Oregon, becoming the brand’s sixth international hotel and its second North American property.