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Balancing Energy Use and Guest Comfort

Balancing Energy Use and Guest Comfort

As consumers become more conscious of lowering their carbon footprints and protecting the planet, demand for energy-efficient products continues to grow. Eco-friendly products are making an impact on a global scale, and the hospitality industry has made a concerted effort ...

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The Heathman Joins Provenance Hotels

The Heathman Joins Provenance Hotels

PORTLAND, Ore.—A decade after resuscitating three of Portland’s oldest hotels and reintroducing them as Hotel Lucia, Hotel deLuxe, and Sentinel, Portland’s Provenance Hotels has been rewarded once again for their stewardship and sensitivity to the unique character and story of ...

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Markets with the Largest Construction Pipelines

Lodging Econometrics (LE) reports at that at year-end 2016 the five markets with the largest hotel construction pipelines by project count are: New York with 192 projects/30,541 rooms; Houston with 169 projects/18,373 rooms; Dallas with 140 projects/17,291 rooms; Nashville with ...

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Ashford Hospitality Trust Proposes to Acquire FelCor

Ashford Hospitality Trust Proposes to Acquire FelCor

DALLAS—Ashford Hospitality Trust, a real estate investment trust focused on investing in the hospitality industry in upper upscale, full-service hotels, announced today that it has submitted a non-binding proposal to acquire FelCor Lodging Trust for a total consideration of $9.27 ...

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Concord to Open Pittsburgh’s First Autograph Hotel

Concord to Open Pittsburgh’s First Autograph Hotel

PITTSBURGH—Concord Hospitality has announced that it plans to open Pittsburgh’s first Autograph Collection Hotel in the heart of the Oakland neighborhood. Construction began on the 167-room property, The Oaklander Hotel, last month. The development team is led by Oakland Fifth ...

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