Rebirth without the rebuild: The case for restoring and repositioning vintage resort hotels

“From an architect’s perspective, there is a way to preserve and honor the tradition and historical character of a resort hotel, and the connections people have with that place. Rather than scraping and starting anew, the owners of some of the country’s most celebrated vintage resort hotels are choosing to renovate and reposition those properties to protect the valuable associations they have with people, families and the communities in which they operate,” explains author Rebecca Stone, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, partner at OZ Architecture.

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