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Hyatt Looks to Make More Deals

Following reports of the company’s Q1 earnings, it’s become apparent that Hyatt Hotel Corp is eager to continue its dealings in the hotel transaction market. According to Hyatt’s CEO Mark Hoplamazian, the company is more interested in “asset recycling” than ...

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Accommodations Sector Loses 1,200 Jobs in April

U.S. private-sector franchise jobs increased by 14,100 during the month of April, according to the ADP National Franchise Report. The restaurant segment drove franchise employment growth, adding 17,700 jobs, whereas the accommodations sector lost 1,200 jobs. In addition, private sector ...

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IHG Introduces Direct-Booking Incentive

IHG Introduces Direct-Booking Incentive

InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the global roll out of Your Rate by IHG Rewards Club, an exclusive rate offered to IHG Rewards Club members when they book direct. It is part of the ongoing evolution of IHG Rewards Club, ...

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Granada Hotel Coming to Downtown Morgan Hill

Granada Hotel Coming to Downtown Morgan Hill

IRVINE, Calif.—International firm KTGY Architecture + Planning has announce that the Granada Hotel, a new four-story, contemporary-style boutique hotel with 60 guest rooms situated in the heart of downtown Morgan Hill, Calif., was unanimously approved by the city’s planning commission ...

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Lansdowne Resort and Spa Reveals Guestroom Redesign

Lansdowne Resort and Spa Reveals Guestroom Redesign

Lansdowne Resort and Spa, A Destination Hotel, has unveiled their newly designed guestrooms as the competition of the first phase of their multi-million dollar renovation. All 296 guest rooms and suites now feature a sophisticated blend of refined design, upgraded ...

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Healthy Demand Amid Construction Boom

Following nearly six years of solid RevPAR growth, new hotel construction is reaching record levels. According to hospitality experts, healthy demand should drive positive fundamentals for the next two to three years, but new construction projects could have an impact ...

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