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‘Hotels must curate different experiences’

FH Design’s Marjorie Feltus Hawkins discusses building interiors Marjorie Feltus Hawkins is founder and principal of Feltus Hawkins Design, a Gulch-based firm specializes in interior design and architecture. The Post recently caught up with Hawkins for a quick chat. – FH Design does a good bit of work related to hotels. Thoughts?  Presently, we are working on the Noelle Hotel, a historic...

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Millennials 2.0: Gen Z seeks seamless tech, casual vibe

When it comes to hotel amenities, Generation Z wants it all. They’re looking for authentic experiences personalized to them, convenience, and at the same time, technology accommodations that mold to their lifestyle without feeling too over the top. The industry still has a lot to learn about the post-millennial generation, which is young and still finding its voice. But hotel...

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Interior Design is Affecting Your Company Culture.

Millennials are moving in. Actually, they’ve been in the workforce for a while, but they are no longer just working for companies – they are running them. As more than 3.6 million baby boomers retire this year, millennials are moving from entry-level assistants to decision-making directors rather quickly. With a track record of job hopping every two years or so,...

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Boutique Hotels Are Alive and Well

What started as a movement in the early 1980s, boutique hotels have not only proven to provide travelers alternatives to hotel chains but have become more mainstream and relevant in today’s hospitality marketplace. While travelers often prefer boutique hotels that offer intimate settings and personalized service, how do they meet the needs of new audiences who demand more personalized space,...

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