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BLLA Leadership Symposium Reveals Industry Trends

BLLA Leadership Symposium Reveals Industry Trends

LOS ANGELES—Boutique & Lifestyle Lodging Association (BLLA) successfully closed its 2016 Annual Leadership Symposium held at the new Luskin Conference Center last Wednesday October 26. The three-day event embraced industry leaders and successors worldwide encompassing boutique hoteliers and industry’s most ...

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Sbe Opens SLS Brickell

Sbe Opens SLS Brickell

MIAMI, Fla.—Sbe, the Los Angeles-based leading lifestyle hospitality company that develops, manages and operates award-winning hospitality venues, announced the opening of SLS Brickell, its second SLS Miami hotel. The stunning property marks sbe’s first hotel and residence project in partnership ...

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Choice Opens Cambria Chicago Magnificent Mile

Choice Opens Cambria Chicago Magnificent Mile

ROCKVILLE, Md.—Choice Hotels International has converted the former MileNorth Hotel in Chicago into the Cambria Chicago Magnificent Mile. The partnership with Fillmore Capital Partners and Fillmore Hospitality marks the brand’s first official conversion as part of a strategy to bring ...

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Survey Reveals Latest U.S. Hotel Trends

Survey Reveals Latest U.S. Hotel Trends

Washington, D.C.— The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) today released the 2016 Lodging Survey—the definitive industry review examining the top trends in the hotel industry. Conducted by industry data provider STR and funded by the American Hotel & Lodging ...

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Study: What Determines Travelers’ Loyalty

In a recent Facebook study, it was discovered that price doesn’t always determine travelers’ decisions. Some are willing to pay more to make an experience more memorable, and find service and trust to be most important when it comes to choosing ...

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Airbnb in Talks to Settle New York Lawsuit

Airbnb is in talks with New York City and the state to resolve a lawsuit over a new law that authorizes up to $7,500 in fines for illegal short-term apartment rentals. The potential settlement would protect Airbnb against those fines ...

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