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New U.S. Hotel Openings for 2016

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.—Lodging Econometrics (LE) reports that 902 hotels/101,454 rooms are expected to open in the United States by the close of 2016, up from 736 hotels/82,074 rooms opened in 2015. Through the second quarter of 2016, 380 hotels/42,798 rooms have ...

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Global Chaos Not Having Major Affect On Vacation Bookings

Despite concerns surrounding terrorism, political unrest, the Zika virus, Brexit, and more, American vacationers continue to travel. While 2016 may not come out as strong and robust for the overall leisure industry, major North American travel agencies are still expecting ...

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National Park Centennial’s Affect on Lodging

Currently celebrating its 100th anniversary, the U.S. National Park Service has made a concerted effort to encourage tourists to visit parks over the course of this year. For hotels located within these parks, occupancy has remained pretty steady, but demographics ...

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Upper Midscale Projects Dominate U.S. Pipeline

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics report that of the 4,633 projects in the hotel construction pipeline, 2,069 (or some 45 percent) are in the upper midscale category. It’s the largest number of construction projects in any chain scale. The leading upper ...

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IHG Opens EVEN Hotel in Downtown Brooklyn

IHG Opens EVEN Hotel in Downtown Brooklyn

ATLANTA—InterContinental Hotels Group today announces the opening of the EVEN Hotels brand’s fourth hotel and second New York City location, the 202-room flagship EVEN Hotels Brooklyn. Located in Downtown Brooklyn, the hotel is also adjacent to IHG’s Holiday Inn Brooklyn ...

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