• Pechanga Resort & Casino Complete Executive Suite Remodel

     
    POSTED February 20, 2017
     

Pechanga Resort & Casino has completed their renovations of 65 of their suites. The AAA Four Diamond resort reinvented 63 of their one-bedroom and executive suites in the Temecula, Calif.-based hotel.

“We reconfigured the suite floor plan to create a more dynamic, interesting and comfortable use of the square footage,” says Ann Fleming, lead designer, Cleo Designs who leaded the redesign. “We needed to make technology capabilities within the suites totally effortless for guests. It now feels completely built-in, like they were there all along.”

The remodeled suites offer new aesthetics and brand-new technology. The suites have been redesigned to be more eco-friendly.

“The new one-bedroom and executive suites are simply stunning,” says Patrick Murphy, president, Pechanga Development Corporation. “These very plush yet comfortable suites give a hint of what’s to come with the new hotel wing. We are confident we have raised the bar.”

All hotel guests receive ROAM bath products, 24-hour room service, complimentary valet, complimentary concierge service, free Wi-Fi and access to the pool, sundeck and workout room.

Jumpstarting tourism in cities across the country will be more complicated than simply opening doors again – especially in cities with large populations like Chicago. However, working together proves more effective, and in Chicago, more than 250 businesses are banding together to join Choose Chicago’s new initiative, Tourism & Hospitality Forward. It bolsters a safe reopening that encourages tourism as well as meetings and events in

 

The new reality for in-person meetings and events is coming into focus. While gatherings were cancelled or went virtual during the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, states are now slowly beginning to reopen and move toward a return to in-person gatherings. Associated Luxury Hotels International, or ALHI, published safety recommendations for planners, hotels, airlines and more, as society begins to formulate safety guidelines for travel, tourism, meetings and events.  

 

The U.S. Travel Association has called the current moment the “Great Travel Depression,” in light of the economic effects resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.