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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Noam Gafni has been appointed as vice president of business development for Performance Hospitality Management (PHM). Under Gafni’s leadership, the team will expand to a New York office. Gafni’s 20 years of hospitality experience will assist in growing the management ...

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Americans for the Arts Names Three Hotels Among BCA 10

Americans for the Arts Names Three Hotels Among BCA 10

Americans for the Arts announced its 2017 honorees for the BCA 10: Best Businesses Partnering with the Arts in America. Several U.S. hotels were selected as top partners for supporting the arts, including: Halekulani Hotel, Waikiki, Hawaii; 21c Museum Hotels, Louisville, Kentucky; and The Betsy ...

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HREC Arranges Sale of Comfort Suites Lakewood, Colorado

HREC Arranges Sale of Comfort Suites Lakewood, Colorado

Denver, Colorado–Lodging real estate advisory firm HREC Investment Advisors announced that it has arranged the sale of the 71-room Comfort Suites located in the thriving Southwest Denver Metropolitan suburb of Lakewood, Colorado. Spirit Hospitality, a hotel development and management firm ...

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Upper-Midscale Hotels Most Popular in Construction Pipeline

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that upper-midscale hotel projects are currently the most popular in the construction pipeline. With 2,067 projects/205,662 rooms, the category has the largest project count of any chain scale in the total pipeline. The second largest category is upscale, ...

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AHLA Urges Congress to Support Brand USA

AHLA Urges Congress to Support Brand USA

Citing that the program drives $21 billion in business sales and 2 million jobs, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) on Tuesday urged Congress to support Brand USA, a public-private partnership that promotes international travel to the U.S. “Travel ...

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Summer Trends to Maximize Bookings

An analysis of Trivago’s 1.4 billion annual searches identified several summer trends that hoteliers can leverage to maximize bookings. Among them are top U.S. and international destinations for American travelers, emerging global hotspots, and increasingly popular national parks. To view ...

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