How do you preserve the treasures of an iconic building like Montreal’s Mount Stephen Club, while also adding a modern touch to help it compete in a crowded hospitality market? Lemay has the answer.

Designers turn to an innovative tile-over-tile installation system to overcome time and budget constraints in the renovation of the Hilton Times Square.

Michael Wolk’s design for the Trump International Beach Resort brings his trademark Neo-Modern style to Miami Beach.

Nemaworkshop’s transformation of the W New Orleans—French Quarter captures the charms and mysterious undercurrents of the city without skipping a beat on the hotel’s signature style.

The rise of international travel and the arrival of the smartphone are driving new trends in hospitality design; here’s how you can keep up.
For hospitality designers who have struggled to adapt facilities to LEED standards, the coming release of LEED for Hospitality is sweet news, indeed.
We survey designers from five notable hospitality firms to see what products they’re specifying now.
Whiskey aficionados have a new place to call home in the recently opened Johnnie Walker House in Beijing, designed by Asylum and LOVE to immerse consumers in an interactive journey into the iconic brand's history and future.
Located on New York’s iconic 42nd Street in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, THE OUT NYC is New York’s first “straight-friendly” urban resort, serving as an entertainment destination for locals and visitors alike.
When we design entertainment spaces, we have an opportunity to communicate more directly and effectively with the public than at virtually any other time.

The difference between the hospitality market and others really comes down to one thing: choice.

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