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Within walking distance of Faneuil Hall—one of Boston’s oldest landmarks—is its newest: the InterContinental Boston, a waterfront hotel and residential complex. Its 22-story blue glass façade curves skyward, mimicking the profile of sailing boats in the harbor it overlooks and reflects.
Since 1928, the Cloister has been welcoming esteemed guests and families to Sea Island, Georgia, including celebrities, royalty, and U.S. presidents and their families. Throughout the reconstruction at the Cloister at Sea Island Resort, every aspect of the hotel’s redesign had to coincide with the expectations of its prestigious clientele.
The expanded Peppermill Hotel Casino is a new venue and entertainment experience for Northern Nevada. After a $400 million expansion, Reno’s luxurious and dynamic Peppermill resort boasts the new 62,800 sq ft Tuscany Ball room, 18-story Tuscany Tower, and 3-story Spa Toscana, to name just some of the upgrades.
In downtown Minneapolis, Ryan Construction led a renovation project that transformed a vacant historical landmark into a 4-star Westin Hotel and restaurant —giving new life to the old Farmers & Mechanics Savings Bank building. Shoehorning a modern, fully featured hotel with all the expected amenities into an existing footprint with little or no leeway for expansion was a daunting challenge.
It seemed a good idea to Tim Dixon, owner/developer of the Iron Horse Hotel in downtown Milwaukee: create an upscale hotel that mingles “business suits and biker leathers.” His good idea became reality when Dixon renovated and preserved a neglected 100-year old brick warehouse with a close-up view of the spectacular new Harley Davidson Museum.
The National Harbor on the Potomac River in Maryland has recently acquired an impressive landmark: since 2010, the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center has been part of the identity of this prestigious location just a few minutes from Washington D.C. The complex includes a hotel, congress facilities, restaurants, and shopping and leisure zones.
With its sensational architecture, the four-star Radisson SAS hotel has become a new landmark of the financial metropolis and exhibition city that is today’s Frankfurt. The gigantic disc structure in discrete blue between which the glass cubes of the structure are sandwiched can be viewed from miles away.
The ideas of three creative minds have been harmoniously combined in a new designer hotel of the five-star category - the Hamburg SIDE. The ingenious plans of Jan Störmer Architects of Hamburg, Matteo Thun, Milano and Robert Wilson, New York have also been recently recognised through the award of the 2002 Architectural Prize.
Opened in 2008, the four-star business hotel was constructed next to Stuttgart’s airport terminal according to the plans of Braunschweig architects Reichel&Stauth. Strategically located between the airport and the exhibition centre, it offers short distances to both locations, these being predominantly frequented by the business people that make up much of its clientèle.
Aquaworld Budapest is the largest facility of its type in Central Europe with capacity for up to 1,800 bathers and 15 water attractions of various types, ranging from a massage pool to a children’s and wave pool and - yes - one of the few surfing basins in Europe.