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How to Prepare for Potential Threats to Security

How to Prepare for Potential Threats to Security

Daniel Johnson, CHA, serves as a hotel analyst for Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible and is vice president of operations for Argeo Hospitality. Here, he sits down with LODGING to answer one of the most pressing issues he believes hoteliers face. ...

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Zika Hasn’t Gone Away, But Some Tourists Don’t Care

While the Zika virus still lingers, tourists seem less concerned about its reach. Last year, Costa Rica experienced a severe drop in honeymoon business because of the concerns surrounding the virus, but this year is experiencing a boom. Read more here.

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Houston Has Second Largest Construction Pipeline

According to Lodging Econometrics (LE), following New York City, Houston has the second largest pipeline in the country with 169 projects/18,373 rooms. With its pipeline continuing to grow, Houston is likely to top its previous peak of 171 total projects ...

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Hyatt Hotels Launches Political Ad Campaign

Hyatt Hotels Launches Political Ad Campaign

CHICAGO—Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the launch of World of Hyatt, Hyatt’s new global platform grounded in the simple idea that a little understanding goes a long way. This reflects Hyatt’s purpose and reaffirms its commitment to building genuine and ...

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Ask Anthony: What Will Define Hospitality in 2017?

Ask Anthony: What Will Define Hospitality in 2017?

Anthony Melchiorri, hotel fixer and host of Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible, loves dishing out advice. From sharing best practices to tackling operational issues, he’s here to answer your questions. What will define our industry in the New Year? As a ...

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Washington Marriott Georgetown Completes Transformation

Washington Marriott Georgetown Completes Transformation

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Washington Marriott Georgetown, the first Marriott hotel built in the nation’s capital in 1981, announces the completion of its $28 million transformation, an investment by hotel owner, Geller Capital Partners. Representing Marriott Hotels’ massive reinvention efforts, evolving everything from ...

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