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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Choice Hotels International has appointed Steve Caron to vice president, head of vacation rentals. With over two decades of experience building and running vacation rentals businesses, Caron will be responsible for overseeing Choice’s strategy in the growing market. He previously ...

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Hilton Austin Announces Upcoming Transformation

Hilton Austin Announces Upcoming Transformation

AUSTIN—Hilton Austin has announced the beginning of a multi-million dollar transformation initiative that will include a full renovation of the hotel’s lobby, public areas, and meeting space, as well as the launch of two new restaurant concepts, a Starbucks, and ...

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Harris Poll Reveals Best Travel Brands

Today, Harris Poll released its 28th annual EquiTrend List, recognizing the best brands across several industries. In the travel industry, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Hampton by Hilton, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Microtel Inn & Suites, and W Hotels and Resorts ...

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HGU New York Opening in June

HGU New York Opening in June

NEW YORK—Alfa Development will be opening its first boutique hotel project, HGU New York. Alfa Development has invested $18 million in renovations of HGU New York, located in the NoMad District at 34 East 32nd Street. The hotel will manifest ...

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Hilton Metropole Hotel Debuts Interior Design Concept

Hilton Metropole Hotel Debuts Interior Design Concept

On top floor of the Hilton Metropole Hotel near Hyde Park, Henry Chebaane creates “real virtuality,” where the imaginary realm of popular culture is made into real and tangible sensations. The London-based artist and designer has created for Kojawan, a brand identity ...

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How Unrest Impacts Travelers Based on Income

While the majority of high-income U.S. travelers (62 percent) have not made any changes to their international travel plans as a result of terrorist activity, a higher percentage of those affluent travelers (12 percent) have canceled a booked trip compared ...

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