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Business Travelers Want More Access To Tech On The Road

Business Travelers Want More Access To Tech On The Road

Business travelers are looking for greater access to technology and cross-device integration on the road, according to a survey by Egencia, Expedia’s business travel arm. The fourth edition Egencia Business Travel and Technology Survey was conducted by Northstar, a strategic ...

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This Dual-Brand Hotel Will Anchor Dallas Midtown

This Dual-Brand Hotel Will Anchor Dallas Midtown

DALLAS—A dual-brand AC Hotel and Residence Inn by Marriott is slated to open in Dallas in 2018. The project is part of a $4 billion master plan to transform Dallas Midtown—the area just east of Galleria Dallas and north of LBJ ...

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STR Reports Positive Hotel Results

The U.S. hotel industry enjoyed positive results in the week leading up to this past Independence Day holiday, according to STR data. From June 26 to July 1, compared with the same week last year, occupancy increased 3.8 percent, ADR ...

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LBA Hospitality Launches Two Orlando Hotels

LBA Hospitality Launches Two Orlando Hotels

ORLANDO—LBA Hospitality, a full-scale hotel management, development, and consulting firm, will expand Orlando’s hospitality options as it opens TownePlace Suites by Marriott Orlando at SeaWorld and Holiday Inn Express and Suites Orlando at SeaWorld properties in the heart of the city’s ...

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Europe’s Hotel Construction Pipeline Holds Steady

Europe’s hotel construction pipeline has 1,062 projects with a total of 172,063 rooms—up 13 percent year-over-year (YOY), according to a report from Lodging Econometrics. About half of those projects (527 with 91,195 rooms) are under construction, an increase of 30 percent YOY. Projects scheduled ...

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