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Westin Encourages Guests to Sleep Strong

Westin Encourages Guests to Sleep Strong

BETHESDA, Md.—Ahead of World Sleep Day, Westin Hotels & Resorts—part of Marriott International—announces its latest program, championing a more sound slumber for travelers around the world. Whereas popular mentality has previously promoted the late-night grind followed by the early wake-up, ...

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JW Marriott Phu Quoc, Emerald Bay Opens

JW Marriott Phu Quoc, Emerald Bay Opens

BETHESDA, Md.—JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts, part of Marriott International, has announced the opening of JW Marriott Phu Quoc, Emerald Bay. Located on Vietnam’s largest island of Phu Quoc, a hidden paradise off the southern coast of Vietnam, and designed ...

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Exploring the Art of Tea at the St. Regis

Exploring the Art of Tea at the St. Regis

Hotels with F&B programs are always working to set their offerings apart from the crowd. Last fall, The St. Regis San Francisco launched a new program, The Art of Tea, to attract guests and locals alike for a daily afternoon ...

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Study: Airbnb Moving Away from Homesharing

Study: Airbnb Moving Away from Homesharing

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) released a new report today that examines the rise of commercial activity taking place on Airbnb nationwide. This study, Hosts with Multiple Units—A Key Driver of Airbnb Growth, reveals that Airbnb’s business ...

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Global CEOs Discuss the Future of Hotels

At the International Hotel Investment Forum, CEOs from five major hotel companies discussed the importance of differentiation and thinking with a fresh perspective. While it is important to compete against OTAs, they said focusing on the quality of existing hotels ...

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Mobile Search Rates for Hotels Climb

According to a new study from Sojern, 73 percent of searches for economy hotels came from a mobile device in 2016. Roughly 62 percent of searches for midscale properties were through mobile devices. Additionally, 53 percent of upscale hotel searches ...

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