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Pod Brooklyn to Open Spring 2017

Pod Brooklyn to Open Spring 2017

BROOKLYN, N.Y.—Pod Brooklyn, the latest addition to the Williamsburg neighborhood and next generation of properties from BD Hotels and CB Developers, is slated to open in spring 2017. Following the successful models in Manhattan (Pod 51 and Pod 39), Pod ...

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U.S. Business Travel Growth Wanes

The latest Travel Trends Index from the U.S. Travel Association and Oxford Economics indicates that domestic business travel demand decreased in October year-over-year. While experts anticipate business travel will remain slow for the next few months, they also believe that ...

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L.A. Has Highest Room Count in Early Planning Stage

According to the recent Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics, Los Angeles has 18,229 rooms/108 projects in the total pipeline. Early planning currently stands at 6,382 rooms/37 projects. It is the highest room count for this stage in any ...

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The Renwick Joins Curio Collection

The Renwick Joins Curio Collection

NEW YORK—Once home to John Steinbeck, Thomas Mann, and other celebrated writers and artists, The Renwick Hotel, a historic property in the heart of midtown Manhattan, is now open as part of Curio—A Collection by Hilton. As the first New ...

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Airbnb On the Defensive in Biggest Markets

Airbnb’s short-term rentals are being scrutinized in markets across the country, such as Santa Monica, Calif., where a landlord became one of the first hosts in the U.S. to be convicted for renting out units illegally on the platform. Airbnb ...

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