Owners of iconic hotels count on upgrades to boost demand

12/7/2012 | Travel Weekly

A number of quirkily designed hotels built during the 1960s and 1970s are receiving renovations as owners seek to modernize indoor amenities while highlighting the properties' unique architecture, this feature says. The Westin Peachtree hotel in Atlanta and the Four Points by Sheraton San Diego Downtown are just some of the properties that have undergone multimillion-dollar upgrades to remain current in today's environment.

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