An industry leader filled with history and a visionary future, The Gettys Group is leading the show since 1988. A world-class vision of what hospitality should be, the company founded three decades ago has a pinch of its magic around the globe with more than 1000 completed projects in several areas of design. With plenty of stories to tell, The Gettys Group has a one-of-a-kind approach to what design and interiors should be – always with creativity and focused on getting the right message and the best memories with it. – Curious to hear more?
Daily Design News has more insights below. Specializing in integrated interior design, each project is treated to be the one that leaves each client with a smile on their faces, leaving amazing memories and a longing to get back. Focused on getting stories into real life, The Gettys Group approach to design is a visionary one.
TRIBUNE TOWER RESIDENCES
The iconic Tribune Tower, the longtime home of the Chicago Tribune, is a symbol of Chicago’s history—and an architectural masterwork on the Magnificent Mile. In the 1920s, the building was sculpted upon the ambitious plans of an international design competition winner, resulting in the Neo-Gothic masterpiece. Nearly one hundred years later, The Gettys Group had the honour of helping to transform the building to its new purpose: a collection of distinct, elegantly contemporary luxury residences, with 56 distinct floor plans—ranging from $900,000 to over $7 million in value.
COURTYARD ERIE BAYFRONT
It’s cooler by the lake—that’s especially true now, with the opening of the Courtyard Erie Bayfront Hotel, a new Marriott property on the coast of Lake Erie. The Gettys Group team of select-service hotel specialists at The Gettys Group ONE was inspired by this Great Lake in their creation of a custom design for the hotel’s public areas and guest suites. Collaborating closely with the Courtyard by Marriott brand team, The Gettys Group ONE designed the guestrooms, the lobby inclusive of a feature bar, along with the front desk pods and media walls that are signatures of the Courtyard brand.
TEMPO BY HILTON
The Gettys Group Interiors team played an integral part in the development of interior brand standards for the latest brand to join the Hilton Hotels & Resorts portfolio. Working closely with stakeholders from Hilton, as well as a team of more than 100 consultants, The Gettys Group developed signature interior elements for Tempo’s public areas and guestrooms, catering to the emerging millennial lifestyle market. Hilton’s Tempo brand was imagined to be a “non-prototypical prototype”—an easily scalable and executable model with an appropriate mix of prescribed and flexible elements. Understanding that the brand’s demographic craves contextual and memorable experiences, with high expectations for quality and consistency,
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HAMPTON INN CHICAGO DOWNTOWN MOTOR CLUB
The Gettys Group ONE was honoured to be a part of the renovation of one of Chicago’s finest Art Deco skyscrapers—a historical landmark that was originally designed to house the Chicago Motor Club. Since the building’s completion in 1928, the interior and exterior of this landmark have been changed very little. Restorers have worked to keep as many original details as possible, including the grand lobby’s 33-by-29 foot mural of a map of the United States, featuring the most popular driving destinations in the country at the time of its creation. The Gettys Group ONE team sought to enhance the building’s Art Deco features, staying true to the spirit of the era, while introducing clean, contemporary elements that connect with the Hampton Inn guest.
HAMPTON INN HALLANDALE BEACH AVENTURA
At the Hampton Inn Hallandale Beach Aventura, The Gettys Group ONE developed a custom interior design package implementing Hilton’s Perfect Mix Lobby program, created for the Hampton Inn brand. The project scope included the lobby, guest corridor, and select items within the guestrooms. Working with a soothing design palette, The Gettys Group team created a welcoming environment. Referencing the PML program guidelines,
HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON BALTIMORE-BWI AIRPORT
The design team worked closely with BRE Hotels and Resorts to complete a full PIP renovation in both the guestrooms and public areas, implementing Hilton’s Take Flight requirements throughout. New finishes and furniture were installed to elevate and update the interiors at this Homewood Suites property.
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