From East to West Coast, Five Hotels Get New Looks

NATIONAL REPORT—From the West Coast to the East Coast, properties are undergoing or completing renovations to guestrooms and public spaces.

Las Vegas Hotel Renovates Villas, Rooms and Suites

As part of the current $620-million property-wide renovation, Palms Casino Resort has transformed all of its Fantasy Tower guestrooms. This includes the redesigned six sky villas led by Bentel & Bentel Architects, penthouses designed by Los Angeles’ Avenue Interior Design and the introduction of a new room product, executive suites.

In addition to the renovated property accommodations, Palms will also be unveiling completely renovated themed suites, formerly known as the fantasy suites, in Q3 2018.

New Orleans Property Renovates, Welcomes New Bar

Windsor Court Hotel revealed a $15-million property renovation, scheduled to be completed by early October. In addition to modernizations for all 316 guestrooms and suites and the grand opening of Waterman Poolside Bar, the renovation also includes a refresh to public spaces, including hallways, elevator landings, the Club Level Lounge and La Chinoiserie, the 3,700-sq.-ft. ballroom.

The renovations, which began earlier this year, were a collaborative effort, with Metairie, LA-based contractor Broadmoor helming the construction. Moncur Design Associates spearheaded the the revamp of the Club Level Lounge and 23rd floor ballroom and Flick Mars led the redesign of the guestrooms and corridors.

San Francisco’s Hotel to Complete Guestroom and Lobby Updates

Hotel Triton revealed its $6-million property renovation and redesign, along with new on-property and online branding. Liubasha Rose of creative firm Rose Ink Workshop to oversee the design and transformation of the brand.

The renovation is set to be completed by October, with updates to the property’s 140 guestrooms and bathrooms as well as the lobby.

Boston Marriott Long Wharf Completes Renovation

Boston Marriott Long Wharf has completed a $35-million renovation.The hotel has an indoor pool with harbor views, along with a refreshed fitness center. The guestrooms have also been renovated with updated bathrooms and added amenities. The hotel’s 20,099 sq. ft. of event space offers newly transformed event venues, including 19 event rooms and a grand ballroom that seats up to 850 guests. There’s also the newly built, two-story M Club Lounge.
Woodstock Inn & Resort Adds Room Categories
Following a two year, $16.5-million investment, the Woodstock Inn & Resort redesigned its 142 guestrooms, including the debut of six new legacy suites. In addition to the new legacy suites, the resort has created two new room categories. These include eight dedicated spa rooms and 10 Woodstock Collection rooms. The rooms enhancement project caps a multi-year, $16.5-million investment that has touched all aspects of the 200-year-old property, including a reimagined lobby and public spaces, the new Red Barns at Kelly Way Gardens culinary center, upgrades to the Woodstock Athletic Club, Woodstock Country Club, Suicide Six Ski Area and more. The renovation and design work has been led by Paul Duesing Partners.