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Red Roof Expands The Red Collection with Second Location

Red Roof Expands The Red Collection with Second Location

SPRINGFIELD, Ill.—Following the launch of its first soft brand and the growing demand for affordable and accessible hotels, Red Roof is introducing a second property in The Red Collection in Springfield, Illinois. The State House Inn, located in the state’s ...

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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Gul Goknar will oversee the general management and operations teams for Denihan Hospitality as regional vice president of operations. Goknar’s 25 years of hospitality experience took place primarily in New York, where she served as general manager of The Benjamin ...

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U.S. Families Spend the Most Time Together on Vacation

U.S. Families Spend the Most Time Together on Vacation

ANAHEIM, Calif.—Visit Anaheim released new research on the amount of quality time U.S. families spend together, showing that vacations are vital in nurturing a strong family relationship. The study, facilitated by 72 Point, polled 2,000 U.S. parents of school-aged children ...

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Tru by Hilton Expands in the U.S. South with Three Openings

Tru by Hilton Expands in the U.S. South with Three Openings

MCLEAN, Va.–Midscale hotel brand Tru by Hilton is increasing its presence across the U.S. South with three new property openings in Little Rock, Arkansas; Meridian, Mississippi; and Louisville, Kentucky. The three new properties represent the first Tru by Hilton hotels in Mississippi ...

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HREC Arranges Sale of Hampton Inn Seneca Falls

HREC Arranges Sale of Hampton Inn Seneca Falls

HREC Investment Advisors has arranged the sale of the 81-guestroom Hampton Inn located in Seneca Falls, New York. SF Hotel Group, LLC acquired the property. HREC Investment Advisors exclusively represented Seneca Hospitality LLC during the transaction. The sale was negotiated ...

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