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Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island Debuts Event Space

Holiday Inn Resort Jekyll Island Debuts Event Space

JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga.—A breath of fresh salt air is sweeping through Jekyll Island with the newly opened event space at the Holiday Inn Resort. Ideal for meetings, reunions, and weddings, the recently opened Beach House full-service restaurant and the adjacent ...

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Ritz-Carlton Offers Car Charging Stations

Ritz-Carlton Offers Car Charging Stations

With a dedication to superior service and fostering a sustainable future, The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company is offering charging stations at properties across the globe. Currently installed at a majority of the iconic brand’s North American locations and select international ...

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Direct Booking Value Nearly Double That of Third Parties

As of late, many major hotel companies have been encouraging would-be guests to book direct. And this push is paying off, according to a new study from SiteMinder. Poring over 43.5 million reservations, SiteMinder found that the average reservation made ...

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Puerto Rico Tourism Drops Over Zika Worries

The number of new Zika infections in Puerto Rico has grown exponentially since April, which does not bode well for tourism. Following a soft month in hotel registrations in February, room tax collections have dropped 6.5 percent year-over-year, due to ...

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Surfside Residence Inn Finishes Construction

Surfside Residence Inn Finishes Construction

SURFSIDE, Fla.—Miller Construction Company has completed construction of the upscale, four-story Surfside Residence Inn by Marriott for owner HDP-TLD Partners of Atlanta. Miller created the 175-suite hotel at 9200 Collins Avenue in the Town of Surfside, Fla., with spacious amenity ...

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U.S. Hotel Construction Still Climbing

According to the latest United States Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics (LE), the total U.S. construction pipeline ended Q2 2016 with 4,633 projects/569,848 rooms, up 15 percent by projects and 12 percent by rooms year-over-year (YOY). This is ...

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