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NYC Hotel Association Launches Its Own Booking Platform

NYC Hotel Association Launches Its Own Booking Platform

NEW YORK—The more than 60 million visitors who travel annually to New York City are now able to search and book hotel accommodations in the Big Apple via FindHotels.nyc—a full service, one-stop booking site featuring members of the Hotel Association of New York City (HANYC). ...

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Voice-Activated Booking Becomes A Reality

For more than a year, Amazon’s voice-activated Echo device has enabled users to search for hotels by speaking out loud. Echo’s functionality has just taken a step further by allowing users to link to online travel agency, Kayak, and complete ...

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Will Newcomers Disrupt the Midscale Hotel Segment?

New brands entering the midscale hotel market are bringing greater access to technology and less traditional amenities. Hilton and InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) are two of the latest companies to rollout midscale brands. IHG’s not-yet-named midscale brand, slated to debut ...

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Top Five U.S. Hotel Construction Pipelines to Watch

Top Five U.S. Hotel Construction Pipelines to Watch

Putting the right property in the right place can help maximize returns on hotel investments. Below are the top five U.S. cities for hotel construction pipelines, and what hotel owners and investors should watch for in these markets. 1. New York There ...

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Targeted Training Improves Hospitality Skills

In general, hoteliers have turned their training focus toward the technological upgrades that keep their properties on the cutting edge. However, soft skills are just as important as technology, perhaps even more so, when creating a warm, hospitable environment for ...

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