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New Ships, Collection Rewards for Azur Lane

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Say hello to DOA ladies Kasumi, Misaki, Nagisa, Honoka, Rose Marie, Monica and Nyotengu in this special collaboration event.

The new Dorm theme in the Vacation Lane collaboration event with Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation for the Azur Lane mobile game. (Photo: Yostar)

Azur Lane’s ship girls meet the ladies of the Dead or Alive series in the Venus Xtreme Vacation special crossover event aptly known as Vacation Lane.

Now, there’s fan service. And then there’s Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation. Let the nosebleeds begin. Anyway, I’ve managed to acquire all the new ships from the event so it’s time to do a rundown of the crossover. There’s a lot to unpack here so hold on to your seahorses as we blaze through all of them.

New collection rewards

Now before you all get excited and run to the beach to play with watermelons, let’s start with a friendly reminder that this update also came with new Collection Rewards in the game’s Memento section.

These include some game-changing auxiliary gear like Nelson’s Pennant of Victory, which you can unlock by fully limit-breaking Nelson and Rodney. This aux can be equipped by Battleships, Battle Cruisers and Aviation Battleships and allows the ship that equips it to absorb 24% of the damage that the ship in the frontmost position of your Vanguard receives during the first six seconds of battle.

HMS Perseus review: Azur Lane’s muttering, pouty healer

Now what kind of serious damage can your Vanguard receive in the opening of a battle that could possibly require this kind of mitigation? Oh, that’s right, torpedo fleets and that deadly Richelieu and Jean Bart combo from PVP. It’s also still useful for PVE use thanks to its stat boosts of Firepower +50 and Hit +20 at Level 10. That compares quite nicely to the gold Type 1 white Piercing Shell’s Firepower +55 and Hit +15. Granted, it doesn’t have the white shell’s 25% boost to critical damage but the stat boost is still quite good for battleships.

Up next is another great PVP equip, the Eagle Union Elite Damage Control auxiliary unit. To get this, you will need to fully limit-break your Yorktown-class carriers, so Enterprise, Hornet and, of course, Yorktown. If you still don’t have Yorktown, by the way, she is one of the possible ship drops from the SP4 and VSP event maps for Vacation Lane.

Anyway, this aux can be equipped by all Eagle Union ships and comes with a special skill that allows its user to survive an attack that would otherwise kill it. The equipping ship will then turn invincible for eight seconds and sink after that. It’s almost like a mini-version of Hiryuu’s Final Counter skill and we all know how annoying that is to deal with in PVP. By the way, if you equip this on Juneau, her Martyr skill will trigger at the same time as the Elite Damage Control aux skill and not eight seconds later when she sinks. And

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Azur Lane Vacation Lane Collab Event Guide: New Ships & Collection Rewards

Azur Lane’s ship girls meet the ladies of the Dead or Alive series in the Venus Xtreme Vacation special crossover event aptly known as Vacation Lane.



diagram: The new Dorm theme in the Vacation Lane collaboration event with Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation for the Azur Lane mobile game.


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The new Dorm theme in the Vacation Lane collaboration event with Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation for the Azur Lane mobile game.

Now, there’s fan service. And then there’s Dead or Alive Xtreme Venus Vacation. Let the nosebleeds begin. Anyway, I’ve managed to acquire all the new ships from the event so it’s time to do a rundown of the crossover. There’s a lot to unpack here so hold on to your seahorses as we blaze through all of them.

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New collection rewards

Now before you all get excited and run to the beach to play with watermelons, let’s start with a friendly reminder that this update also came with new Collection Rewards in the game’s Memento section.

These include some game-changing auxiliary gear like Nelson’s Pennant of Victory, which you can unlock by fully limit-breaking Nelson and Rodney. This aux can be equipped by Battleships, Battle Cruisers and Aviation Battleships and allows the ship that equips it to absorb 24% of the damage that the ship in the frontmost position of your Vanguard receives during the first six seconds of battle.

HMS Perseus review: Azur Lane’s muttering, pouty healer

Now what kind of serious damage can your Vanguard receive in the opening of a battle that could possibly require this kind of mitigation? Oh, that’s right, torpedo fleets and that deadly Richelieu and Jean Bart combo from PVP. It’s also still useful for PVE use thanks to its stat boosts of Firepower +50 and Hit +20 at Level 10. That compares quite nicely to the gold Type 1 white Piercing Shell’s Firepower +55 and Hit +15. Granted, it doesn’t have the white shell’s 25% boost to critical damage but the stat boost is still quite good for battleships.

Up next is another great PVP equip, the Eagle Union Elite Damage Control auxiliary unit. To get this, you will need to fully limit-break your Yorktown-class carriers, so Enterprise, Hornet and, of course, Yorktown. If you still don’t have Yorktown, by the way, she is one of the possible ship drops from the SP4 and VSP event maps for Vacation Lane.

Anyway, this aux can be equipped by all Eagle Union ships and comes with a special skill that allows its user to survive an attack that would otherwise kill it. The equipping ship will then turn invincible for eight seconds and sink after that. It’s almost like a mini-version of Hiryuu’s Final Counter skill and we all know how annoying that is to deal with in PVP. By the way, if you equip this on Juneau, her Martyr skill will trigger at the same time as the Elite Damage Control aux skill and not eight seconds later when she sinks. And no, her Martyr skill will not trigger twice because that would just be OP. This aux also boosts

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Bruno Mars Wants You to Know His Rum Collection Is ‘Vacation in a Glass’

Bruno Mars is a vibe. His entire aesthetic, from the way he dresses to the way he walks, oozes a sense of effortless cool that people around the world only wish they could replicate. But while nailing the dance from “Uptown Funk” might not be as easy it looks — trust me, I’ve tried — the Hawaii-native’s SelvaRey Rum can at least have you drinking like the 11-time Grammy Award winner. 



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Coined as “a vacation in a glass,” SelvaRey comes in two distinct rums — White and Chocolate — and is crafted on a single estate in Panama. The White is a blend of a three-year and five-year aged rum that’s charcoal filtered, leaving behind a beautiful, clear liquid with “notes of citrus, pineapple, and toasty crème brûlée.” The Chocolate is a five-year-old rum infused with natural chocolate. Whatever your palette, these rums promise “tropical luxury wherever you are.” 



a person holding a flower: For the superstar singer, rum means “it’s dance time.”


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For the superstar singer, rum means “it’s dance time.”

And since right now a lot of us are staying home due to the global coronavirus pandemic, have we ever needed to be transported to a tropical paradise more? No — and Bruno knows that.

Travel + Leisure caught up with the superstar who, in addition to celebrating the launch of SelvaRey, is also commemorating the 10th anniversary of his debut album, “Doo-Wops & Hooligans,” to talk about bringing his 70s-inspired tropical rums to life, his love for Hawaii, and his preferred way to drink SelvaRey. 



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Travel + Leisure: Why did you decide to get into the rum business?

Bruno Mars: “Rum is like the instant vacation drink, no matter where you are. It’s like, you’ve got some kind of, let’s just say Piña Colada, for instance, it’s dance time, you know? 

Why SelvaRey, specifically?

“I’ve been with SelvaRey for over seven years now. You know, I met [Seth Gold, Co-founder] seven years ago and he had some rum with him that he was doing up and tried it and I said, ‘Hey man, I’m having a party.’ And he started catering my parties and then he started catering my parties on tour. So there was a great relationship.”

How do you like to enjoy SelvaRey? 

You know what’s a delicious drink? I like rum and ginger ale — especially for the holidays. Coquito, that’s delicious. It’s a little strenuous to make, but if you get your hands on that with the rum, it’s delicious.”



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How did growing up in Hawaii influence your creative input on SelvaRey, from the taste, to the bottle, and to the branding?

“I guess it’s just what I grew up with. I used to perform in Waikiki and I’d just see everyone with a Mai Tai in their hand, a Piña Colada in their hand, rum punch in their hand, you know, and it’s just joy. I want [that] energy because

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Introducing Curator Hotel & Resort Collection from Pebblebrook Hotel Trust and Six Industry-Leading Hotel Operators

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE: PEB) and six industry-leading hotel operators today jointly announced the launch of Curator Hotel & Resort Collection, a hand-selected collection of small brands and independent lifestyle hotels and resorts worldwide. Curator’s distinct owner-centric platform offers an alternative for independent lifestyle hotels looking to strengthen their performance, providing them with best-in-class agreements, services, and technology, while allowing them to retain their unique identity. Created by owners and operators, Curator gives its members the power to compete together on their own terms, unbound by strict rules or constraints. As of today, Curator’s seven founding members represent an exceptional collection of more than 120 independent lifestyle hotels and resorts throughout the United States, with many more poised to participate over the next six to 12 months. In addition to Pebblebrook, the founding members of Curator include Benchmark Global Hospitality, Davidson Hotels & Resorts, Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Provenance Hotels, Springboard Hospitality, and Viceroy Hotels & Resorts.

“Curator is a champion for the independent lifestyle hotel, uniting and empowering individual small brands and properties. Every property in the Curator Collection offers its own distinct, singular guest experience. We’re excited to bring these hotels and resorts together in one collection that is incredibly diverse, yet unmistakably cohesive,” said Jon Bortz, Founder and Chairman of Curator Hotel & Resort Collection and Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Pebblebrook Hotel Trust. “We are seeing a rapidly-growing segment of sophisticated travelers who value independence and creativity in their hotels. These travelers are searching for more individualized and unique experiences. Curator bridges the gap and connects these guests with independent hotels and resorts across the United States that provide just that.”

There is no one-size-fits-all uniformity for the Curator Hotel & Resort Collection. Instead, each property provides its own authentic and memorable experience with the freedom to operate on its own terms. Quality assurance comes from customer ratings rather than mandated standards, allowing Curator’s members to focus on being themselves and providing standout guest experiences rather than conforming to restrictive checklists, standards, and rules.

Curator also amplifies the performance of independent lifestyle hotels, giving them an alternative to consolidation and saturation while providing them with the benefits and support that come with belonging to a larger collection of like-minded unique properties. Leveraging the power of scale, Curator drives significant operating cost savings for its members through an array of curated benefits and initiatives. With its competitive market knowledge, Curator can utilize its economies of scale advantage to provide its members better and less expensive products and services.

Curator takes care of vendor negotiations so that its members don’t have to, executing and managing advantageous portfolio-level agreements to help owners reduce operating costs and increase profit. Members also benefit from shared business intelligence reporting, insights and proprietary tools and technology solutions, all of which help guide and focus key operational activities and cost-saving efforts. These initiatives allow owners to focus more time and resources on attracting customers and growing revenues.

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Commonwealth Hotel Collection Appoints Jennifer Porter Vice President of Operations

COVINGTON, Ky., Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Commonwealth Hotels is pleased to announce the addition of  Jennifer Porter to their team as the Vice President of Operations at Commonwealth Hotel Collection, LLC. affiliated with Commonwealth Hotels, LLC. and Corporex.

Jennifer Porter joins Commonwealth Collection as Vice President of Operations

Commonwealth Hotel Collection Appoints Jennifer Porter Vice President of Operations

Prior to joining the company, Porter spent 25 years in the hospitality industry in many roles.  Most recently Jennifer was a Vice President of Operations at Winegardner and Hammons/Pyramid Hotels.  During her tenure at Winegardner and Hammons Jennifer had regional responsibility over multiple full-service hotels as well as opening and transitioning hotels for the company. Porter’s experience spans lifestyle, all-suite and conference style hotels in urban, suburban, airport and resort locations across the country. She was influential in growing the revenues, ensuring excellent customer satisfaction, and developing the leadership team. Prior to her Vice President of Operations role, she was the General Manager of multiple full-service hotels with Marriott, Hilton, IHG and independent/boutique hotels.  She is a graduate from Kent State University with a degree in Business Administration.  

“We are thrilled to have Jennifer join our team,” said Bryan Hayes, Managing Director at Commonwealth. “Jennifer’s  depth of hospitality experience and skills strengthen Commonwealth and our properties, better enabling us to face the ongoing market changes of delivering world class organization for our guests and financial returns for our owners.”

About Commonwealth Hotels, LLC
Commonwealth Hotels was founded in 1986 and is a proven partner in providing hotel management services with superior financial results.  The company has extensive experience managing premium branded full service and select service hotels. Commonwealth Hotels currently manages 45 properties with over 4,500 rooms. Additional information may be found at www.commonwealthhotels.com.

Contact: Jennifer Schneider
Commonwealth Hotels
[email protected]
859.261.5522

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Mayfair Street Partners and Hotel Equities Share Latest News on The Hamilton, a Curio Collection by Hilton Hotel in Alpharetta, Georgia

Construction reaches milestone ahead of schedule; Washington appointed GM

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The Hamilton, a Curio Collection by Hilton Hotel
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The Hamilton, a Curio Collection by Hilton Hotel

Alpharetta, GA, Nov. 10, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, Mayfair Street Partners and Hotel Equities shared the latest news regarding Alpharetta, Georgia’s highly anticipated boutique hotel, The Hamilton. Construction on the luxury bespoke hotel in the heart of the city’s downtown has reached its topping-off milestone ahead of schedule. Hotel Equities also announced that Kenneth Washington has been named general manager of the 119-room hotel located at 21 Milton Avenue. The Hamilton is owned and developed by Mayfair Street Partners (“Mayfair”) and Hotel Equities (“HE”) will operate the hotel upon opening. Both Mayfair and HE are headquartered locally in Alpharetta, GA.

“The topping-off signifies a significant milestone for the hotel,” said Managing Director & Partner for Mayfair Street Partners, Jason Joseph.  “This development has been a collaboration of local experts, great partners, a fantastic operator, and “best in class” general contractor who joined together to deliver an iconic landmark addition to the downtown community of Alpharetta.”  

“This is an important project for the city of Alpharetta, its residents and the surrounding communities,” said HE’s President and CEO, Brad Rahinsky. “I couldn’t be more confident in our selection of GM, Mr. Kenneth Washington who has been an exemplary leader within Hotel Equities for years. Kenneth is a dedicated and proven leader in our industry and in the community and is motivated to make The Hamilton the heartbeat of the city of Alpharetta.”

The Hamilton’s speakeasy level will become home to Roaring Social, a 9,000 square foot entertainment, dining and drinking destination which was recently described in a press release depicting the venue as a unique resurgence of the 1920’s speakeasy. Roaring Social will offer patrons entertainment by way of live and curated music as well as feature eight lanes of boutique bowling, delicious bites and specialty crafted cocktails. The Hamilton will offer two additional distinct and unique in-house dining options creating multiple environments and experiences.

“This full-service boutique hotel will be a one-of-a-kind addition to the community of Alpharetta which has for several years been among the top wedding venues in the Atlanta area because of all the city has to offer,” said Joe Reardon, chief development officer for Hotel Equities. “Our team of food and beverage experts are creating curated menus with locally inspired cocktails for an unbeatable guest experience. Coupled with the uniquely designed luxury accommodations and flexible and thoughtful meeting space… we’re ready to be of service for any type of event you’re planning.”

The guestrooms and public spaces will draw from the area’s rich and inspiring transportation history of the Western & Atlantic Railway. Its design plans reflect the industrial insurgence by incorporating rich colors, heavy textures, and modern accommodations with a vintage charm to create an artfully curated guest experience honoring Alpharetta’s history.

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Orange hotel tax collection inch up as virus continues to spread

Hotel taxes inched up again in September, the final month of a fiscal year which witnessed a historic crash of Orange County’s tourism economy crippled by a pandemic which continues to grip not only the region, but the nation and the world.

Revenue from the county’s levy on short-term lodging totaled $7.03 million in September, up from $5.78 million in August but a far cry from the $17.7 million collected in September 2019 when tourists packed theme parks to experience adventures and attractions built around Star Wars, Toy Story and boy wizard Harry Potter.

This year’s total collections were once expected to hit a record of nearly $300 million, but once the pandemic took hold fell to a different record, instead. Total collections amounted to just $167.3 million compared to $284 million last year.

“That’s the biggest year-over-year decrease in the history of the tax,” said Orange Comptroller Phil Diamond.

Officials said said there was a bright spot to be found in September’s increase over August and decreased expenses — particularly a halt on spending for a planned expansion to the Orange County Convention Center — which means the county is now drawing down its reserve fund at a slower clip and one Diamond called more “sustainable.”

“There are really definite signs of hope,” he said. “We’ve increased every month since April. Travel has been increasing as travelers become more comfortable with safety protocols and our region’s relatively low COVID-19 rates.”

Theme parks and other attractions closed in mid-March because of the pandemic, and began re-opening at limited capacity in June. Gradually, some tourism activity is picking back up, though Diamond noted continued outbreaks across the country that are likely to stall travel plans.

”One factor, we think, is that there have not been any widespread reported infections stemming from the parks, the tourism areas or anywhere that should give anybody, any concern.”

He said news from Pfizer on Monday that early data shows an effective vaccine is “very encouraging and very welcome.”

But the virus continued to stampede through Central Florida with new deaths and more cases reported on Monday.

Dr. Raul Pino, Orange’s state health officer, said 19 more deaths were added to the count since Friday, though it was unclear when those individuals died.

“Our data shows that cases are increasing,” he said, encouraging people to continue wearing masks, washing their hands and keeping socially-distant from others.

He said many of the cases in Orange seem to be transmitted among people who know each other who came in close contact at a social gathering such as a birthday party or other event, though he said no outbreaks had been traced to the large political rallies that occurred in the weeks before the election.

Pino also said there was a mix-up at the health department that resulted in 26 students at Bridgewater Middle School in the Winder Garden area not receiving a notification over the weekend that they should quarantine. As a result of an e-mail not being

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Your guide to Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection



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Elite status with a hotel chain can make travel much more comfortable. But not all of us can hit the high requirements for top-tier hotel elite status. Fortunately, select credit card holders can get elite-like perks by booking through programs such as American Express’ Fine Hotels and Resorts and Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection.

Both programs provide valuable perks. And booking through these programs often doesn’t cost much, if any, more than booking directly with the hotel. I’ve previously written about Amex’s Fine Hotels and Resorts program. So, today I’ll take a closer look at Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection program so you can decide whether to use it for your next hotel booking.

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What is Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection?



a boat sitting on top of a building: The Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen is bookable through Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection. (Photo by Zach Honig/The Points Guy)


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The Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen is bookable through Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection. (Photo by Zach Honig/The Points Guy)

Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection is a booking method that offers select Chase cardholders elite-like benefits at more than 1,000 hotels, resorts, lodges and spas worldwide. The properties bookable through Chase’s Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection program are a mix of branded and independent lodgings. But all of the properties are well-rated, and Chase says they are among the world’s finest.

Related: Amex vs. Citi vs. Chase: Which booking portal is best for hotels?

Main benefits and perks

Booking through Chase Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection is rarely the cheapest option. However, the perks you receive when you book through the program and use your Chase card to purchase your stay may make up for any price difference. With every Chase Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection booking you receive:

  • Daily breakfast for two
  • A unique benefit worth up to $100
    • Unique to each property, but often includes lunch or dinner for two, a spa treatment, golf green fee waivers, a welcome gift or airport transfers
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • A room upgrade, if available
  • Early check-in and late checkout, if available

As you might expect, the breakfast and unique benefit perks vary in quality and value. Although Chase provides various examples for the unique benefit, most properties offer a $50 or $100 credit for use during your stay. Some properties, however, offer less-valuable unique benefits. For example, Virgin Hotels Chicago only provides a $25 food and beverage credit.

You can maximize your Luxury Hotel & Resort Collection bookings by targeting hotels that offer unique amenities that will provide value to you. For example, here are a few unique amenities that I found interesting:

  • Westin Michigan Avenue Chicago provides daily access to the Westin Executive Club
  • Sukhothai
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The ART Hotel Denver Joins Curio Collection by Hilton

DENVER, Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The ART Hotel Denver, a brilliant boutique hotel conveniently located in downtown Denver’s Golden Triangle district, and Condé Nast Traveler’s 2020 Reader’s Choice Awards No. 22 hotel in the world; No. 9 hotel in the U.S. and the No. 1 hotel in the Southwest and West, today announced it has joined Hilton’s upscale Curio Collection. The exclusive global portfolio of more than 90 handpicked hotels and resorts caters to travelers seeking local discovery and authentically curated experiences. Originally opened in June 2015, the ART Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton is located within walking distance of the famed Denver Art Museum, the Clyfford Still Museum and more than 16 other galleries; museums; world-class public art installations; shopping destinations; historic landmarks and surprising locales that encompass one of Colorado’s most dynamic urban destinations.

“We are honored and excited to have the opportunity to add our hotel to the global collection of unique and distinctive Curio Collection properties across the country and around the world,” said Aaron Bajorek, hotel manager. “Our recent Condé Nast Traveler 2020 Reader’s Choice Awards accolade underscores the unique and unparalleled experience The ART brings to Denver, and our partnership with Curio Collection only serves to position our hotel as the premier choice for both business and leisure travelers.”

In the heart of Denver’s Golden Triangle Museum District, the ART Hotel Denver pays homage to its iconic next-door neighbors and expansive museum district. Surrounded by the city’s cultural and architectural landmarks, and in proximity to over 100 restaurants, bars and clubs, the ART Hotel Denver enjoys a privileged location in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood—a walkable and burgeoning arts district perfect for gallery hopping and cultural exploration—often referred to as the masthead of downtown Denver.

The ART adds another layer to this rich environment by presenting a collection of original works of art that celebrate the creative spirit of 20th and 21st century artists around the world. Experiential, intimate and refined, the ART is a modern architectural gem bursting with unique, multi-sensory installations. In-house curator, the esteemed Dianne Vanderlip, has assembled a collection of more than 40 pieces that boast the “who’s who” of modern art, including Claus Oldenberg, Tracey Emin, John Baldessari, Ed Rucha, Leo Villareal and Sol LeWitt. Many pieces of original artwork commissioned specifically for the ART have been carefully curated to maximize the guest experience from the moment of arrival. Each guestroom floor is inspired by an individual artist, whose original artwork is stylistically translated throughout each room and suite.

Guests can relax in one of the 165 stylishly appointed guestrooms or one of the twenty well-appointed suites, each completely reimagined with amenities and décor created with today’s modern traveler in mind. Other highlights of the hotel include FIRE restaurant and lounge, which embodies the American art and craft of playful yet sincere hospitality in a modern contemporary setting that draws on the energy of the city below; a 24-hour fitness center and for those seeking a memorable, event,

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