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AH&LA Releases Statement on 2017 Per Diem Rates

AH&LA Releases Statement on 2017 Per Diem Rates

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) today issued the following statement on the federal per diem rates for FY2017 released by the General Services Administration (GSA). The government body also announced the formation of a new inter-agency working ...

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The Purpose Hotel Invites Kickstarter Backing

The Purpose Hotel Invites Kickstarter Backing

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The Purpose Hotel launched in July, inviting the public to back the project through their Kickstarter campaign, available here. Reaching over two million people on various social media platforms via Thunderclap, the crowd sourced effort offers individuals the chance ...

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Brewery Hotel Announced for 2018

Brewery Hotel Announced for 2018

ESCONDIDO, Calif.—Stone Brewing, the 10th largest craft brewery in the United States, and San Diego-based hospitality collective Untitled Hospitality, have announced their partnership to develop Stone Hotel—the companies’ first-ever brewery hotel. The concept aims to open in the first quarter ...

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Waldorf Astoria Announces San Francisco Hotel

Waldorf Astoria Announces San Francisco Hotel

MCLEAN, Va.—Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts has announced its newest property, Waldorf Astoria San Francisco, which will be the centerpiece of a two-million-square-foot, mixed-used complex that will feature luxury entertainment, retail, and office space. Destined to become the preferred hotel ...

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Quadrum Global Announces Arlo Hotels Brand

Quadrum Global Announces Arlo Hotels Brand

NEW YORK—Quadrum Global, an international developer and investment firm, has announced that it will soon open a pair of its New York City hotels under the company’s new Arlo Hotels brand. Additionally, Quadrum announced that hospitality industry leaders Foiz Ahmed, ...

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OTAs Fight Against Direct Booking Push

In response to major hotel companies’ direct booking push, Priceline and Expedia, two of the largest OTAs, are fighting back by making some brands more difficult to find on their websites, according to industry experts. This practice, called “dimming,” means ...

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