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On the Move: This Week’s Comings & Goings

Andrew Nasskau has been promoted to vice president of operations and development for Hard Rock International. Formerly area VP of operations, Nasskau primarily worked with European, African, Indian, and Middle Eastern hotels in the Hard Rock portfolio. For more of this ...

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U.S. Hotel Franchises with the Largest Construction Pipelines

PORTSMOUTH, NH—According to the recent U.S. Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics, the franchise companies with the largest pipelines are Marriott (1,288 projects/166,096 rooms), Hilton (1,243 projects/140,912 rooms), and IHG (817 projects/84,676 rooms). These three franchise companies comprise 67 ...

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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Andrew Nasskau has been promoted to vice president of operations and development for Hard Rock International. Formerly area vice president of operations, Nasskau primarily worked with European, African, Indian, and Middle Eastern hotels in the Hard Rock portfolio. Nasskau has ...

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AHLEF Awards Nearly $1 Million in Hospitality Scholarships

Washington, D.C.–The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AHLEF), the not-for-profit affiliate of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), announced that it had awarded a total of nearly $1 million across 372 scholarships this year. Minority hospitality management students ...

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Boston’s Hotel Market Is Turning Around

Boston’s lodging market last year saw a drop in RevPAR for the first time after a six-year positive streak during which revenues exceeded the national average. Oversupply and a lighter convention schedule in 2016 may have played a role in ...

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Gen X Travelers Lead Mobile Hotel Bookings

Mobile travel trends are often associated with millennial travelers, but a recent Google Consumer Survey conducted by Skift challenges the idea that travelers under the age of 35 are driving mobile bookings. The survey showed that U.S. travelers between the ...

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