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Texas Mixed-Use Project to Include 700-Room Hotel

Texas Mixed-Use Project to Include 700-Room Hotel

ROWLETT, Texas—Lifescapes International, a Newport Beach-based landscape architectural firm, has been selected to design the overall landscape environment for Bayside, a $1 billion master-planned development encompassing 262 acres that is planned to feature a variety of retail, restaurants, residential units, ...

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Best Western Rewards Ranked Among Top Loyalty Programs

Best Western Rewards Ranked Among Top Loyalty Programs

PHOENIX, Ariz.—WalletHub released the findings of its hotel rewards program study earlier this month. Best Western Hotels & Resorts earned the number two spot in the 2016 rankings, which looked at the twelve largest hotel chains in the United States. ...

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Quiet Hotel Room Reality App to Launch in June

Quiet Hotel Room Reality App to Launch in June

AMSTERDAM—With the Quiet Hotel room app for Microsoft HoloLens you can experience different Soundproof products and the effect they have on sound reduction in hotel rooms. The client will not only learn about the soundproof products but will experience the ...

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Addressing Needs of Uncompromising Customers

Addressing Needs of Uncompromising Customers

Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has launched its 2017 Trends Report—The Uncompromising Customer: Addressing the Paradoxes of the ‘Age of I’—at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. The report highlights the uncompromising nature of today’s customer who increasingly expects ...

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NYC’s Tanking Hotel Market Rising in 2017

While a glut of supply in New York City has caused hotel revenue to plummet over the last few years, the forecast appears brighter for 2017. JLL predicts some upward momentum now that a lot of new hotels have already ...

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Istanbul Tourism Suffers from Terrorism

After a number of terrorist attacks in Istanbul, its tourism sector is struggling to revive itself. Although security has been heightened in the wake of the attacks, the number of foreign tourists visiting Istanbul dropped a sharp 26 percent in ...

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