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Embassy Suites Milwaukee Brookfield Opens After $10 Million Revamp

Embassy Suites Milwaukee Brookfield Opens After $10 Million Revamp

BROOKFIELD, Wis.—Embassy Suites by Hilton has announced the opening of Embassy Suites by Hilton Milwaukee Brookfield—the brand’s first property in Wisconsin—following a $10 million transformation. Formerly Brookfield Suites Hotel and Convention Center, the hotel is owned by Brookfield Hotel Limited ...

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America’s Best Value Inn Opens Nine Hotels

America’s Best Value Inn Opens Nine Hotels

CLEVELAND—Newly constructed America’s Best Value Inn properties recently opened in Galveston, Texas and Horn Lake, Miss., and seven more deals to build ABVIs were signed in March and April. Americas Best Value Inn’s new build approach gives hotel owners the ...

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Hyatt Regency San Francisco Installs SoniCast

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Installs SoniCast

LOS ANGELES—SONIFI Solutions, Inc. has announced Hyatt Regency San Francisco as its first full property installation of SoniCast—powered by Chromecast. SoniCast delivers expanded entertainment options by enabling guests to bring their own content subscriptions and to cast those from their ...

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Moxy Coming to Seattle in Late 2017

Moxy Coming to Seattle in Late 2017

SEATTLE—Stonebridge Companies and Marriott International have announced the development of the Moxy Seattle South Lake Union hotel, which will be one of the first Moxy hotels in the country. Moxy hotels debuted in Milan, Italy in 2014, and other U.S. ...

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Construction Underway for Marriott Capitol District Hotel

Construction Underway for Marriott Capitol District Hotel

OMAHA, Neb.—Marcus Hotels & Resorts has announced that construction is underway and on schedule for the completion of Omaha’s Marriott Capitol District Hotel in late 2017. Located at Capitol Avenue and 10th Street, the 333-room, 12-story full-service hotel will serve ...

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Despite Outside Concerns, Hotel Execs Maintain Positive Outlook

Times might feel uncertain, but the industry is still positive. Following Bank of America’s decision to downgrade hotels due to threats like soft corporate demand, increased popularity in homesharing services, and an onslaught of supply, pessimism from analysts outside the industry ramped ...

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