Located in a city home to a diverse assortment of people – native tribes, early settlers, and immigrants among them – the Sheraton at Nashua pays homage to the area’s layered past while encouraging guests to tie their own threads to the community’s story. Inspired by Nashua’s heritage as a textile-industry titan during the 1820s, the design takes cues from cotton and the way its unique texture helps it interlock to become strong enough to weave into cloth. Originally a Radisson with a unique, castle-like exterior, the property has been completely transformed into a sleek space with an intriguing facade. Strong forms and delicate lines coexist as distinct elements work in harmony to create a holistic, unique experience. Fiber-inspired artwork and textiles create a direct connection to the city’s rich history, while modern finishes look toward the area’s future. Like a textile, the hotel is an expression of memories and history that have become intertwined with time and are strongest together.