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DoubleTree by Hilton Opens in Dallas Following Revamp

DoubleTree by Hilton Opens in Dallas Following Revamp

ARLINGTON, Texas—DoubleTree by Hilton, one of Hilton Worldwide’s 13 brands, has unveiled its first property in the bustling Dallas suburb of Arlington and its eighth throughout the Dallas metroplex. DoubleTree by Hilton Arlington DFW South opens just a few miles ...

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With High Occupancy, Hotels Avoid OTAs

As occupancy levels continue to rise, hotels are incentivizing customers to book direct. In addition to offering perks like room upgrades, free shuttle service, and complimentary breakfast, hotels are luring travelers away from online travel agencies with members-only rates. To ...

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One-Third of Upper Upscale Pipeline Remains Unbranded

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that the upper upscale category in the U.S. Hotel Construction Pipeline is at 66,303 rooms/307 projects. About one third, 20,974 rooms/101 projects, have yet to make a branding decision. Of the 45,329 rooms/206 projects ...

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Expedia Partners with Marriott

Expedia Partners with Marriott

SEATTLE, Wash.—Expedia, Inc. has announced a new partnership with Marriott International, which integrates Expedia’s technology to power Marriott’s own dynamic packaging platform “Vacations by Marriott” on Marriott.com in the United States. Expedia fosters a test and learn environment that allows ...

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Dual-Branded Hilton Opens in D.C.

Dual-Branded Hilton Opens in D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Hilton Worldwide has announced its newest hotel, the dual-branded Hampton Inn by Hilton Washington, D.C. NoMa Union Station and Homewood Suites by Hilton Washington, D.C. NoMa Union Station. Offering 239 new rooms, the dual-brand hotel is ideally located in ...

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California Hotel Sales Drop After Record Year

California hoteliers are noticing a drop in transactions through the first half of 2016 after 2015 consistently broke records, according to Atlas Hospitality Group. Hotel transactions in the state have experienced a 56 percent year-over-year decline in total-dollar-volume. To read ...

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