Hospitality

Bringing Hospitality And Brand Innovation Together

If there is one industry where experience truly matters, it’s hospitality. From the first moment of truth at the entrance to a hotel or restaurant, to the last glimpse as you walk out the door, every interaction, every element, contributes to a larger impression of the brand and the people it is intended to attract. That’s why, at Callison, we are relentlessly focused on two things: brand and people. Without the brand, the environment has no meaning. Without people, it has no purpose. Callison’s Hospitality Brand Innovation group is a multidisciplinary team of researchers, planners, designers and dreamers whose entire goal is to create meaningful branded experiences. We call what we do innovation because it transcends design into product development, event design and even communications. In every instance, we look for ways to make timeless experiences new and better. Our years of designing boutique and chain hotels mean there’s no getting up to speed on hospitality challenges or standard practices. Our relentless drive to create meaningful, purposeful, beautiful experiences means there are no cookie-cutter solutions, ever. We meld research with real-world experience, and employ a collaborative, iterative approach. All of which is to say that we listen a lot, and leave preconceived notions at the door. The proof is in the properties we’ve designed and projects we’ve led. Get to know us and we think you’ll agree.

Awards

International Gold Key Award Excellence in Hospitality Design
American Resort Development Association, Gold Award Resort Architecture 2002
LEED Certified,U.S.GreenBuildingCouncil
Conde Nast Traveler, Readers' Choice Award 2011: Top 150 Mainland U.S. Resorts #4
Conde Nast Traveler, Readers' Choice Award 2011: Top 100 Travel Experiences #51
Conde Nast Traveler, Best Places to Ski & Stay in North America 2011: Top 50 Ski Hotels #2
2001 Design Showcase Resort Management & Operations
American Resort Development Association Gold Award: Resort Architecture 2001
American Resort Development Association Gold Medal: Resort Architecture 2004