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The Bernic Set for July Debut

The Bernic Set for July Debut

NEW YORK—At the turn of the past century, Edgar Allan Poe used to launch his row boat from this very street. In the 1960s, Andy Warhol’s artist collective — the Silver Factory — was here. And it was on this ...

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Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas to Open in May

Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas to Open in May

DALLAS, Texas—The Hampton Inn & Suites Dallas Downtown will officially open in early May in the former Allen Building on Commerce and Ervay streets. The historic, 93-year-old tower is located in the heart of the city. NewcrestImage, a hotel development, ...

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Seattle Room Rates Increase

Seattle’s tourism industry is booming, and driving hotel room rates up along with it. Visitors spent an estimated $6.8 billion last year, a nearly 6 percent jump from 2014. Occupancy jumped above 80 percent last year, with a room rate ...

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San Francisco to Vote on Airbnb Regulation

San Francisco has proposed a tougher rule on home-sharing services like Airbnb, and will vote today on legislation to increase requirements for the short-term rentals. New legislation would enforce requirements on development, including a 25 percent affordable housing requirement for ...

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While Occupancy Dips, ADR, RevPAR Rise

Although U.S. hotel occupancy dipped slightly in the first quarter of 2016, the industry experienced healthy gains in both average daily rate and revenue per available room, according to data from STR. Compared with the first quarter of 2015, occupancy ...

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Loews Introduces Pop-Up Bar

Loews Introduces Pop-Up Bar

NEW YORK—Cocktail enthusiasts can toast to their love for classic spirits at Loews Hotels exclusive new “pop-up,” The Traveller Bar. As the first ever “pop-up” traveling bar of its kind and featuring only four bar seats to create an intimate ...

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