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Hoteliers Foresee Ups, Downs of Trump Presidency

A week after the presidential election, hoteliers are considering the industry’s future. Across the board, it seems to be agreed that uncertainty is in the air, and it is difficult to gauge what will happen before Trump is inaugurated in ...

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Home2 Suites Opens First Oregon Property

Home2 Suites Opens First Oregon Property

EUGENE, Ore.—Home2 Suites by Hilton, part of Hilton’s industry-first All Suites portfolio, announced its newest property, Home2 Suites by Hilton Eugene Downtown University Area. Offering 120 new suites, the hotel brand introduces its first property to Oregon as it continues ...

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AccorHotels Expands Online Marketplace Reach

AccorHotels Expands Online Marketplace Reach

AccorHotels is expanding its North American distribution network in Q1 2017 by opening its AccorHotels.com Marketplace to a curated selection of independently-owned hotels in the region. AccorHotels opened its online platform to independent hoteliers in 2015, seeing immediate success in ...

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Collins College of Hospitality Debuts Donor-Funded Renovation

Collins College of Hospitality Debuts Donor-Funded Renovation

POMONA, Calif.—Industry partners are making certain that Cal Poly Pomona’s hospitality management students are at the forefront of the profession by supporting a half-million dollar renovation at The Collins College of Hospitality Management. The project included a total transformation of ...

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Year of Uncertainty Impacts Travel to Paris

Year of Uncertainty Impacts Travel to Paris

RICHMOND, Va.—American travelers visiting Europe are turning away from Paris one year after terror attacks at Bataclan theater with a 12.8 percent decline in travelers during the 2016 winter holidays, according to an analysis of traveler flight plans by travel ...

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Americans Still Avoiding Trump Hotels

Trump Hotel brands are still experiencing a decline in the consumer market, according to multiple studies. In an updated survey of the general internet population that was conducted in May, more than half of all consumers are still put off ...

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